The Los Angeles Unified School District has unveiled a new tool it will use to screen film crews, weeks after an NBC4 investigation uncovered disruptions to student learned at LA public schools. Read More
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After two weeks of reviewing filming guidelines and policies, the Los Angeles Unified School district is making changes. Read More
When school officials approved a film shoot on a school campus over two weekends in October 2011, they had no idea it would be for a pornographic film. Read More
Citing limited budgets and a need for additional funding, Los Angeles Unified public schools have embraced Hollywood dollars. Read More
The Los Angeles Unified School District brings in about $2 million dollars from production companies each year – a few extra bucks the district says helps further student education across the district. Read More
Controversy continued Friday over Hollywood shoots at local public schools, as one day after LA school district leaders suspended film production on all campuses, the filming resumed. Read More