LAUSD's Redesigned Website


The Los Angeles Unified School District recently redesigned the main LAUSD website. Explore the modern look of the LAUSD website, the easy-to-navigate layout and the interactive features to showcase what LAUSD offers to the youth, families, employees, and communities of Los Angeles and neighboring cities.

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Learn about LAUSD's Four Key Strategies and More:

Data-Based Instruction

Supporting All Employees

Budgeting for Student Achievement

Creating and Supporting Quality Schools

Performance Meter Overview

Performance Meter

New Superintendent's Newsletter, LAUSD Insider

Click here to read the LAUSD Insider for June 2012.

To read the Policy Brief on the upcoming changes that will help build a "Foundation of Skills," click here.

Visit LAUSD Journal to read stories about our LAUSD schools, students and staff.

The English Learner Master Plan was adopted by the L.A. School Board. The newly adopted EL Master Plan will help support and provide educational options for LAUSD's diverse student population. Click here to view the English Learner Master Plan.

A public hearing on the Third Quarterly Report of the Williams/Valenzuela Summary for the 2011/2012 school year is scheduled on Thursday June 28 at 1 p.m. Students, parents, teachers, administrators and community members are invited to attend the meeting. Click here for more information.

Click here to view a map of the new Educational Service Centers.

The 2011 API Base Reports are now available but they do not contain any new testing information. The scores establish targets and rankings based on testing from the 2011 school year. To print the API Base report for your school, go to the CDE website and click on School Level API Reports. API Growth reports that include the 2012 testing results will be available in September 2012.

Read a new report that touts  LAUSD's method for school accountability. The report, completed by an educational think tank, applauds the District for measuing growth through individual student achievement.  

Make sure to get your TDAP! The TDAP booster shot is recommended for children over the age of 10 to protect them, and those around them, from whooping cough. All students entering or advancing to the 7th grade will need a TDAP booster shot in order to attend school after July 1, 2012. Click here for more information. En Español.