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Principal Jose Huerta Guides Garfield to a New Era of Academic Prosperity

The campus was located two blocks from the family home, yet in 1976, Jose Huerta’s father refused to allow him to attend Garfield High School.  Instead, young Huerta was sent to Cantwell...

Making the 1960s Relevant to This Generation

American life in an era of protest and change before Facebook and video games Those sick and tired of hearing about the 1960s will get no relief for the next several years.  Beginning Nov...

Caterpillars: From Research in Ecuador to the Classroom

While many students were going on summer vacations, sleeping in and getting recharged for the new school year, one teacher was in Ecuador studying the effects of the environment on caterpillars....

Technology Turns Teacher Into Tweecher

Wearing bright red rimmed sunglasses matching his red hat and red shoes, he high-fives his students who tell him, “You got swag.”  That’s student speak for ‘you...

Photos: GOP Presidents Lag in LAUSD School Naming

As they campaign vigorously around the country this spring, neither Rick Santorum nor Mitt Romney should expect that getting elected president of the United States will mean his name someday adorns...

GOP Presidents Lag in LAUSD School Naming

As they campaign vigorously around the country this spring, neither Rick Santorum nor Mitt Romney should expect that getting elected president of the United States will mean his name someday adorns...

Photos: The Rhythms Are Academic at the Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy School of Art and Culture: Learning Math, Social Studies and Language Arts through Dance

Swirling their full, ruffled skirts like the soothing waves of a balmy Pacific Ocean, first one way and then another,  in time with the lyrical music, the girls also clicked a rhythm ...

The Rhythms Are Academic at the Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy School of Art and Culture: Learning Math, Social Studies and Language Arts through Dance

Swirling their full, ruffled skirts like the soothing waves of a balmy Pacific Ocean, first one way and then another,  in time with the lyrical music, the girls also clicked a rhythm ...

Students Walk It Out Over Budget Cuts

The State of California announced mid-year budget cuts, which include $38 million from the District's home-to-school transportation beginning Jan. 1, 2012. More than 100 Bravo Medical Magnet...

Photos: For One Evening, LAUSD Student Artists Included in Pacific Standard Time

Earlier this month, at the J. Paul Getty Museum, the exhibition known as Pacific Standard Time moved its clock forward 30 years to include artists and performers from the Los Angeles Unified School...