LAUSD, Administrators Union Reach Deal On Eventual Return To In-Person Classes

The Los Angeles Unified School District announced a tentative agreement Friday with the union representing principals and administrators, outlining protocols for the eventual reopening of school campuses.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no timeline for the full opening of campuses. The agreement announced Friday outlines safety guidelines for the return of students, citing a “hybrid model” combining online and in-person instruction, with students limited to “small, stable cohorts while on campus.”

In a joint statement, LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner and Associated Administrators of Los Angeles President John Flecha conceded that online learning “pales in comparison to the education and support (students) receive at schools.” Click here to read more: