Crazy stuff is afoot in Los Angeles, with a planned massive effort to expand charters and divide the LA school district.

I’ll be adding new posts and articles to this list as events progress.

In addition, you might be interested in some previous posts about things that have recently happened in LA schools:

A Very Beginning List Of The Best Articles On The iPad Debacle In Los Angeles Schools

LA Superintendent Expected To Resign On Thursday — And Does!

Okay, now here is news about the charter plan:

Test scores complicate the debate over expanding L.A. charter schools, $490-million plan would put half of LAUSD students in charter schools, and Plan to boost charters splits L.A. Unified board are all from the Los Angeles Times, and are about the awful plan billionaire charter backers have to ruin the L.A. school district.

Major charter school expansion in the works for L.A. Unified students is from The LA Times.

Zimmer accuses Broad charter plan of strategy to ‘bring down’ LAUSD is from the LA School Report.

Teachers Union Protests Eli Broad’s Charter School Plan At Art Museum Opening is from LA’s CBS station.

Broad Foundation Plan Ignites Charter School War in L.A. is from Ed Week.

How a billionaire is trying to control Los Angeles public schools is from The Washington Post.

Thousands of LAUSD teachers’ jobs would be at risk with charter expansion plan is from The L.A. Times.

Unions forge alliance to fight growth of charter schools in L.A. is from the LA Times.

Charter school expansion could reshape L.A. Unified, officials say is from the LA Times.

Nonprofit is formed to advance charter-school plan in Los Angeles area is from The LA Times.

With new superintendent in place, L.A. school board gears for battle on charter plan is from The L.A. Times.

L.A. teachers union wins dues increase, vows to battle foes of traditional public education is from The LA Times.

The ‘Broad plan’ for LA schools grows to more than charters only is from Ed Source.

Cloning great schools is latest in long line of L.A. reform plans is from The L.A. Times.