All four pro-public education candidates came in first in their LAUSD school board elections, but two will face run-offs in November.
Political campaigns have always bent the truth. In the Age of Trump, the lies don’t even have to make sense as long as they vilify the opponent.
The former Director of the Charter School Office for LA County refuses to provide insight into the renewal of the North Valley Military Institute.
The incumbent has a record of improving opportunities for children and is a far better choice than the charter profiteer or the inexperienced parent.
As the California Charter School Association and their allies spend millions on negative ads, education issues are swept aside.
Castellanos’ experience will bring a unique voice to a board that currently lacks a parent whose child attends any of the district’s schools.
As CD-14 voters prepare to go to the polls, candidate Cyndi Otteson explains how the city should work in collaboration with the LAUSD.
The top finishers from the last two elections did not respond, but CJ Bernina and Brian Carroll did provide information for the voters.
The incumbent ignored the request, but challengers Angelica Dueñas, Michael R. Guzik, and Brian Perras did provide information for the voters
The public pays for Marilyn Koziatek’s $87,000 a year salary, a $400 per night hotel room and a lobbying trip falsely disguised as professional development.