LAUSD chief Michelle King has a plan to improve LA schools. Here are her goals

Aug 9, 2017 by

One week before Los Angeles Unified schools start the new year, Superintendent Michelle King delivered her second annual “State of the District” address, listing gains in bilingual education and suspension reduction and outlining plans for expanded language programs, teacher training and arts and science programs.

“We are reaching new heights, and we will accelerate our pace towards 100 percent graduation,” King told LAUSD board members and hundreds of school administrators Tuesday at James A. Garfield High School in East Los Angeles.

King opened her annual address by delineating advances over the past year. Among them:

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