Category Archives: Los Angeles Unified School District
Attendees of the community forum view an immigration timeline exhibit and add their personal immigration stories with sticky-notes
November 15, 2017
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Police Department is considering changing a 40-year-old policy that forbids officers from asking residents about their immigration status. The department is drafting recommendations and will submit them to the L.A. Police Commission later this year.
Tagged LAUSD, Los Angeles Unified School District, Restorative Justice, School Reform
By Josh DuBose
September 19, 2017
photo by navymailman
LOS ANGELES – “Restorative justice is a philosophy and a way of being in a school community,” says Deborah Brandy, director of district operations for Los Angeles Unified School District. In many ways, LAUSD, the largest district in California and the second largest in the country – behind the New York City school system – is leading the charge to change the way public schools approach discipline in the K-12 educational system.