More Than 99 Percent of LAUSD Students Registered and In Class

The following is a statement from L.A. Unified on the new My Integrated Student Information System.

Students at the vast majority of LAUSD schools are in class and learning how to read, write, think and speak for success. Installed at more than 1,000 schools, the new My Integrated Student Information System (MiSIS) serves the District’s 650,000 students. There has been fine-tuning, as with any new program. Those glitches have affected less than 1 percent of students overall.

While the scheduling snags affect only some schools, we want to allow maximum support to fix any issues. At times, the system has been slower than expected. We’ve asked teachers to take attendance offline—for now. Teachers will have a window until Aug. 22 to input the attendance into MiSIS. We are working around the clock to get the system running smoothly. We will not stop until the system provides the services that we expect. We thank our school staff for ensuring that students are enrolled and learning in class.
L.A. Unified is the nation’s-largest school system to adopt an online student record system. Our upcoming Parent Access Support System Portal (PASSport) will provide real-time data for teachers, students and families to monitor the attendance, assignments and progress of students.


Contact: Lydia L. Ramos (213) 241-6766

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