Morning Read: LAUSD arts ed ‘for the affluent or the lucky’
LA School Report | March 27, 2015
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New LAUSD arts ed data ‘confirmed my worst fears,’ board member says
For years, Los Angeles Unified School District officials have known they have a problem when it comes to teaching the arts. KPCC
Schools wait for millions in reimbursement for Medi-Cal outreach
California districts and school programs are caught in a fight with the federal government over $500 million in unpaid reimbursement claims. Ed Source
California eases Jessica’s Law restrictions for some sex offenders
The sweeping measure prohibited all sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of schools and parks. Los Angeles Times
Senate panel moves school bond bill
A plan to put a statewide school bond measure on the 2016 ballot moved ahead Wednesday. SI&A Cabinet Report
New York City: Should mayoral control continue?
The issue of mayoral control of the schools in New York City is now before the State Legislature, as its authorization expires in 2016. Diane Ravitch’s blog
Prosecutors make their case in LAUSD teacher’s murder trial
Prosecutors argued that a LA Unified teacher acted willfully, deliberately and with premeditation when he allegedly stabbed his wife. Los Angeles Daily News