The Los Angeles Unified School District currently employs about 5,000 cafeteria workers. About 2,400 have health benefits; the rest work less ... up for increased salary and benefit expenses. The administration's own food service remedy is being put.
Deasy, the district's No. 2 administrator who will take over the top ... to pay a portion of their health insurance premiums, according to an LAUSD report issued in 2008. Health benefits at Los Angeles Unified are among the contract provisions negotiated.
But some blame would also lie with the San Diego Unified School District, the only large district in ... California is leading the resistance to the Trump administration's harsh treatment of undocumented immigrants. But this fight carries the risk of.
First protected DREAMer is deported under Trump USA TODAY.
Imelda Padilla has secured endorsements from two former competitors in her bid for the LA Unified seat representing the east San Fernando Valley. Araz Parseghian, who came in fourth out of six contenders in the March 7 primary, announced on social .
The current Administration wants to roll back many of the rules and regulations begun by the previous Administration but the LAUSD has taken it rapidly into the realm of simply silly, or that much like La La Land. The law of bizarrely ... Sneaking in.
Decisions about health care, immigration status ... Their school district offered a unique solution,” by Fresno Bee’s Mackenzie Mays: “... But Fresno Unified school district officials met with the girls, along with fellow student activist Kathia.
Reilly said she is still concerned about the district's need to pay into pension health benefits — a $13 billion commitment — and the uncertainty of federal funds with the new presidential administration , as well as how a dispute with the state will.
The benefits of breast-feeding, according to the medical group, include protection against ear infections, respiratory illnesses, stomach problems, asthma, and eczema. Some studies .... As Reyes of LAUSD sees it, administrators set the tone for how.
The funds, to be distributed over three years, will go to schools in low-income neighborhoods, mostly in South and East Los Angeles, and will pay for such efforts as increased tutoring, mental health support, counseling, parent participation and.
American Indian Model Schools, which operates three public charter school campuses in Oakland, spanning kindergarten through high school, incurred a large budget deficit last year, and parents are questioning whether the administration is able to meet the.