This report, from an independent panel appointed by former LAUSD Superintendent in 2015, does a good job laying out the causes and what needs to be done to resolve. Their recommendations to rectify the deficit shed light on the biggest financial drains on LAUSD that need to be rectified: Cut $400 million by offering early retirement to senior level staff, $100 million by negotiating a cap on district health care, $57 million by shifting 10 percent of the cost of health care benefits to employees, $45 million by increasing attendance rates, $50 million by eliminating general fund contributions for Food Services.by loren
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