Scott Witlin

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The  Los Angeles Unified School District  and the teachers' union,  UTLA , have agreed to shorten the next school year by five days, for a total of 18 days in the past four years.

Less School for LAUSD; Student-based Teacher Evaluations

The Los Angeles Unified School District and the teachers' union, UTLA , have agreed to shorten the next school year by five days, for a total of 18 days in the past four years.

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