Jan 20, 2020

L.A. Unified settles suit with student data software vendor - Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Unified School District paid $3.75 million Thursday to settle a lawsuit with the vendor of a software system designed to track attendance, grades, schedules and other student data, officials said.

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