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  • L.A. schools Supt. John Deasy may leave in coming months

     L.A. schools Supt. John Deasy may leave in coming months
    Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy, who has led the nation's second-largest school system since 2011, has told some top district officials that he could be leaving in coming months. Deasy declined to discuss his intentions Thursday evening, saying...
  • Faced with job complaints, Loyola Law School accepting fewer students

    Faced with job complaints, Loyola Law School accepting fewer students
    Loyola Law School administrators once justified accepting extra students or raising tuition because the market virtually guaranteed prospective attorneys a high-paying job after graduation. But faced with growing alumni complaints that they can't find...
  • A.J. Duffy, still-feisty former teachers union chief, retires

    A.J. Duffy, still-feisty former teachers union chief, retires
    The lineup of must-see videos for the high school class on public speaking was notable: Hitler, Martin Luther King Jr., Mussolini, President Obama — and A.J. Duffy, the former president of the L.A. teachers union and also the instructor. The...
  • State academic performance slips, but L.A. Unified improves

    State academic performance slips, but L.A. Unified improves
    California public schools lost ground this year in overall academic performance for the first time in a decade, but more than half met state goals for achievement on reading and math standardized tests, according to data released Thursday.   Los Angeles...
  • L.A. Unified teachers ratings should be disclosed, judge rules

    The performance ratings of individual teachers in the city school district are matters of keen public interest and should be released to the Los Angeles Times, a judge ordered Thursday. L.A. County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant ruled that the...
  • The charter school mistake

    The charter school mistake
    Los Angeles has more charter schools than any other school district in the nation, and it's a very bad idea. Billionaires like privately managed schools. Parents are lured with glittering promises of getting their kids a sure ticket to college....
  • Schools lose academic ratings after claims of cheating

    Campuses in five Los Angeles County school systems were stripped of their scores on the state's Academic Performance Index over claims of  cheating, other misconduct or mistakes that affected the handling of standardized tests. In all, 27 California...
  • Common Core: California can't afford to forgo test data [Blowback]

    Common Core: California can't afford to forgo test data  [Blowback]
    In the coming weeks, Gov. Jerry Brown will likely sign AB 484, a measure that would put the state at odds with the Obama administration and risk $1.5 billion in federal funding by effectively suspending data collection on K-12 student achievement for...
  • 'Trial run' for Common Core

    'Trial run' for Common Core
    A proposed bill to overhaul California's standardized school testing system includes some provisions that are bold and forward-looking. After all, there is no point in continuing with the old tests of student progress in English and math this year when...
  • Judge delays release of Los Angeles teacher ratings

    The performance ratings of individual teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District will be kept confidential until a legal battle over them is resolved, a judge decided Tuesday. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant ruled...
  • Groups defend LAUSD chief Deasy after teachers give him low grade

    Groups defend LAUSD chief Deasy after teachers give him low grade
    Three community groups and a Board of Education member have come to the defense of L.A. schools Supt. John Deasy after the teachers union released a member survey giving him low marks. The groups said the Los Angeles Unified School District has made...