Cyberattack takes down L.A. Unified operations. Schools will open on Tuesday

Los Angeles school officials were scrambling Tuesday to respond to a cyberattack on the nation’s second-largest school system with classrooms opening as usual — even as teachers were missing online lesson plans and wondering how to file their attendance.

The seriousness of the attack was underscored by the breadth of the response: Agencies including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are involved in the investigation.

The district’s webpage was partially restored by early Tuesday morning, but the Board of Education page, which lists meetings and provides agendas and public reports, was still down. Click here to read more: