State Ordered to Intervene at Jefferson High

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Here in Los Angeles school started nearly two months ago, but some students at LA Unified’s Jefferson High School still aren’t assigned to classes that they need to graduate. A computer scheduling snafu assigned these kids to to overbooked classrooms or placed them in the same courses they’ve taken and passed. Yesterday a superior court judge issued a temporary restraining order to require the state to address the problem; it was part of a class action lawsuit involving underperforming schools in California.

Kathryn Eidmann is Staff Attorney at Public Counsel, the pro bono law firm working on the case.




Katie Cooper