Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Plan would close half of L.A. Unified's regional headquarters - latimes.com

Plan would close half of L.A. Unified's regional headquarters - latimes.com:

Plan would close half of L.A. Unified's regional headquarters

Officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District are fashioning a plan to reduce the number of regional headquarters by nearly half, The Times has learned.

The plan is still under development, but would probably reduce these offices, which are spread across the sprawling school system, from eight to four. A fifth division would oversee campuses that merit especially close attention, such as persistently low-performing schools or those with a non-traditional structure.

Cutting down the number of regional offices has been a longtime demand of United Teachers Los Angeles, which argued that such a move would save money and reduce unneeded bureaucracy within the nation’s second-

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