Bravo to all the parents who spoke up at an LAUSD board committee meeting Tuesday. About a dozen parents called on LAUSD to implement the School Performance Framework and give parents access to vital data showing how well L.A. schools are helping kids grow academically in a given year.

SPEAK UP Board Watch is your one-stop digital hub to keep up with all the important LAUSD board actions affecting your kids’ education:

  • Stay up to date on board meetings.

  • Get quick analyses of policy decisions and their impact on parents and kids.

  • Know when it’s time to take action to advocate for a kids-first agenda.

  • Let the decision makers hear your voice.

AT THE BOARD: Preview and analysis of board meetings. Track board members' votes and how they affect parents and kids. 

MEETING AGENDAS: Highlights and summaries of items to watch for on upcoming board agendas.

WATCH THE LIVESTREAM of the LAUSD board meeting and stay up-to-date on the latest developments at LAUSD.

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The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the second-largest school district in the nation. The LAUSD Board of Education is publicly elected and is responsible for setting the vision for the District, managing the District's nearly $8 billion dollar budget, and hiring and evaluating the Superintendent, among other responsibilities.


Sacramento Watch will keep you up to date on important state legislation and actions by the State Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public Instruction and how they affect families – all through Speak UP’s kids-first lens.



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LAUSD Board of Education

Board District 7: covers parts of South Los Angeles south to San Pedro


Board District 5: covers Northeast Los Angeles and southeast Los Angeles

Jackie Goldberg

Board Vice President

Chief of Staff: Sharon Delugach

Board District 1: covers most of South Los Angeles

Board District 2: covers most of Central and parts of East Los Angeles

Board District 3: covers most of the West San Fernando Valley

Board District 4: covers most of the West Side of Los Angeles

Board District 6: covers the East San Fernando Valley