LA Unified board OKs $1.1 million for Jefferson schedule mess
The LA Unified school board today unanimously approved the district’s $1.1 million plan to fix scheduling issues at Jefferson High School and respond to a temporary restraining order issued last week by a judge that ordered the state to step in and fix the problems. Before the vote on the plan — which was presented...
By Craig Clough | October 14, 2014
Request for help at Jefferson HS now in hands of court judge
A ruling on whether the state needs to step in and straighten out the scheduling problems at LA Unified’s Jefferson High School is now awaiting a decision by a Superior Court judge in Alameda County. As part of Cruz v. California, a bigger case seeking the state to assure the quality of education for students from...
By LA School Report | October 8, 2014