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LAUSD Latest news
Update from the Superintendent
Please tune in to Superintendent Austin Beutner’s update to the school community on Monday, June 14th at 8 am. For your information, Broadcast on KLCS-TV with closed captions in English and Spanish, SAP. Rebroadcast on KLCS-TV at 6:30 pm with CC, ASL, SAP. Also, stream on lausd.net and klcs.org
Superintendent Update on June 14th
Posted by BICHNGOC CAO on 6/13/2021 5:00:00 PM
To the Los Angeles Unified School Community,
On Monday, June 14th, we will celebrate graduations with the students as well as some of my colleagues embark on the next step in their journey. We are going to share an exciting new chance for the students we are making with Jimmy Iovine, USC and Andre Young, and talk about the work in schools that lies ahead to help students on their path to recovery.
The update is going to air at 8 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. on KLCS. It can be found on Los Angeles Unified’s site.
Thank you for your continued patience and support.
Superintendent’s Video Archive
There are many videos added once they have aired live.
In the text below, we share some titles of the videos:
- Austin Beutner – Update to School Community (June 7, 2021)
- Austin Beutner – Update to School Community (June 1, 2021)
- Austin Beutner – Update to School Community (May 24, 2021)
- Austin Beutner – Update to School Community (May 17, 2021)
- Austin Beutner – Update to School Community (May 10, 2021)
- Wash your hands, it is as easy as ABC (March 4, 2020)
- Update on Planning for COVID-19 pandemic (March 2, 2020)
- Vote on March 3rd (February 21, 2020)
- Health and Wellness Festival (February 18, 2020)
- Free Transportation for the students (January 28, 2020)
- Math: The Language of Digital Economy (January 13, 2020)
- Helping Families – The schools can be part of the solution (December 24, 2019)
- Happy Holidays (December 20, 2019)
- Simplifying the Complex System (December 13, 2019)
- Increased Transparency and More Information regarding Schools (November 22, 2019)
- First Day of the School (August 27, 2019)
- State of the Schools Address (August 15, 2019)
- Good News for the Families (June 25, 2019)
- Celebrating Our Graduates (June 7, 2019)
- Celebrating Our Teachers (June 6, 2019)
- Health & Mental Health Supports for the Students (May 29, 2019)
- Expanded Financial Literacy Programs (May 24, 2019)
- Thank You Classified Employees (May 21, 2019)
- Our School Leaders (May 17, 2019)
- The Work Ahead (May 3, 2019)
- Happy Holidays (December 14, 2018)
- Acceptance (December 7, 2018)
- Attendance Matters (November 27, 2018)
- Thank You (November 16, 2018)
- With Gratitude to Veterans (November 9, 2018)
- Get Out To Vote (October 29, 2018)
- Full STEAM Ahead (October 22, 2018)
Well, the text above is a list of some videos added once they have aired live. If you want to watch that video, you are able to visit the page of Superintendent video archives. Also, there you will be able to see all of the videos.
Another LAUSD news – News Op-Eds by Superintendent Beutner
We need a Marshall Plan for our beloved schools. We need it now.
Posted by LA Unified on 12/13/2020. Published in the Washington Post by Richard Carranza, Austin Beutner, and Janice Jackson
For note: Richard Carranza, Austin Beutner and Janice Jackson are the superintendents of the nation’s three biggest school districts, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, respectively.
President-elect Joe Biden has explained the crisis in public schools caused by covid-19 pandemic as a national emergency. As the superintendents of the nation’s three biggest public school districts (New York, Chicago and Los Angeles), every day we struggle with the challenges that not only worry the president, but also the students and their families we serve. Our beloved schools, like thousands more across the nation, very need help from the federal government. And, we need it right now.
The challenges school communities face are not for lack of effort by The Principals, teachers, staff, parents and the students. Among our 3 districts, more than two million students and hundreds of thousands of educators have already worked to transform teaching and learning from the inside out. We have already seen the teachers tackle long division and the students debate the Constitution in Spanish from their living rooms. Too many children are falling behind, threatening not only their individual futures but also America’s global competitiveness.
In Los Angeles Unified, where nearly 80% of the students live in poverty, and 82% are Latino and African American. Based on the research, reading proficiency in elementary grades has fallen 10%. In Illinois, the students have lost more than a year of math progress. While in New York City, 82% of the students are children of color, largely from the communities that have been impacted by the virus, suffering tremendous loss and trauma which accompanies kids into the classroom. Across the country, math performance on standardized tests lags the prior year by five to ten percentile points.
It is time to treat the terrible situation facing public school students with the same federal mobilization that we have come to expect for other national emergencies, such as wildfires, floods, and hurricanes. A big coordinated nationwide effort is needed to return students to public schools quickly in the safest way. The schools have shown that they are able to stay open safely, despite the community spread of the virus. However, that demands the right set of actions, and also adequate financial support, to bring the students back safely and address the impact of this crisis head on.