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Lafayette School Board Discusses Goals For Coming School Year

The board will vote on whether to adopt tonight's proposals at its regular meeting June 16.

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No Headway Yet In Covering Lafayette Schools’ $20 Million Shortfall

The Lafayette Parish School Board isn't yet tapping into its reserve funds to cover the shortage.

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Lafayette Board Won’t Disclose Information About Cooper Investigation

Cooper distributed a letter Wednesday waiving his right to privacy in the matter.

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LEAP Scores Released As PARCC Remains In Limbo

This could be the last time students take the LEAP, as the Common Core-aligned PARCC tests are set to be administered next year.

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Attorney General Approves Lafayette Superintendent Investigation

Board members Mark Cockerham, Kermit Bouillion and Shelton Cobb specifically asked for detailed explanations about why the investigation is moving forward.

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Graduation For 1,615 UL Students Held Today

Matthew Ross Hartley who was named UL's outstanding graduate.

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Senate Committee Approves Moving School Board Election Years

Rep. Nancy Landry, R-Lafayette, said her bill would increase voter turnout when electing the school district’s governing body.

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New Policies For Bus Drivers After Student Left Behind

The bus driver involved in the incident had stopped at a store to run a personal errand.

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Lafayette Board Hires New Attorney In Superintendent Investigation

Board attorney Robert Hammonds said it will be the special counsel's job to find evidence against Pat Cooper that could lead to charges.

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Dr. Pat Cooper (www1.lpssonline.com)
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Superintendent: Community Input Needed Before Changing Teacher Policies

Superintendent Pat Cooper said the school system spends about $16 million annually on sick-leave payments.

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New School Buses In Lafayette Won’t Have Seat Belts

The LPSS transportation director said he supports installing seat belts on school buses, but the endeavor would be a financial strain and a "monumental liability."

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Bill To Cut Contracts, Fund Higher Ed Advances Without Objection

Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration opposes the measure.

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