John Deasy

Los Angeles Unified School District

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Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District; former Superintendent of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District

John Deasy on KCRW

The $1 billion dollar iPad program in L.A’s public schools is now on hold.

Superintendent Deasy on iPad Controversy

The $1 billion dollar iPad program in L.A’s public schools is now on hold.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Next Tuesday is back to school day for LA Unified and, yesterday, Superintendent John Deasy gave his annual State of the District address at Garfield High School in East LA.  He said…

The State of the LAUSD, Taking Advantage of LA’s Public School System

Next Tuesday is back to school day for LA Unified and, yesterday, Superintendent John Deasy gave his annual State of the District address at Garfield High School in East LA.  He said…

from Which Way, L.A.?

At the moment there does not seem to be an alternative to the deep federal budget cuts, known as the " sequester ," going into effect on Friday.

What Will the Looming Austerity Cuts Mean for Los Angeles?

At the moment there does not seem to be an alternative to the deep federal budget cuts, known as the " sequester ," going into effect on Friday.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Wednesday was supposed to be the next January 6 insurrection hearing, but the U.S. House Select Committee postponed it due to Hurricane Ian threatening the Florida coast.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

This year, we have four history-making regions represented in the Suave 16.

from Good Food

The City of LA will open the Section 8 housing voucher waitlist next month.

from Greater LA

City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell is leading an effort to create a so-called “Office of Unarmed Response and Safety” to shift nonviolent calls away from the LAPD.

from KCRW Features

Growing up, David Ambroz had a mom with mental illness, and his family experienced homelessness before he moved to the foster care system, which can be especially hard for LGBTQ youth.

from Greater LA

Today nearly 60% of NFL players are Black, only three head coaches are Black, and zero team owners are Black, according to a Washington Post investigation.

Health codes and food regulations used to be so complex that many vendors on California sidewalks and at beaches couldn’t get permits. It all changes thanks to Gov.

from Greater LA

David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for September 21, 2022.