As the paper of record for those who want to privatize our education system, the Los Angeles Times endorses a candidate for the LAUSD School Board even after saying that she does not have any “insightful or original” ideas. They did have good things to say about Jackie Goldberg.
Jackie Goldberg and the case for Ranked Choice Voting: Why hasn’t a system that amplifies the voice of the voters, expands the universe of ideas and saves taxpayers money been more widely adopted?
With an overwhelming victory in the primary election, Jackie Goldberg has earned the right to be seated on the Board of Education.
Jackie Goldberg is the only clear choice to stop the plan between Eli Broad and the public officials he has purchased from making sure LAUSD fails and is broken apart.
Camino Nuevo runs two charter schools labeled as “underperforming.” Their chief of operations wants a seat on the LAUSD School Board.
Jackie has a long history as a public servant with a passionate voice in defense of public education.” – Network for Public Education Action When Ref Rodriguez pleaded guilty to felony charges related to campaign finance violations last July and was forced to resign from his Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board seat, he […]
Board President Monica Garcia announces her run for City Council. Once again she puts her personal aspirations above the children of Los Angeles.
I believe that it’s time to make our public education system in California among the greatest in the nation, and I have a plan to take us there.” – Tony Thurmond Like a lot of other politicians who have been labeled “anti-charter school,” Tony Thurmond has not called for the end of these publicly funded […]
We are largely unable to accept new offers to complete questionnaires” – Marshall Tuck Campaign The California Charter School Association and their allies have provided Marshall Tuck with enough cash to flood the airwaves with misleading ads, but with less than a week to go before the election, a whopping 16% of the electorate are […]
A budget should reflect the values and priorities of our nation and its people.” – Mary Landrieu In California State Superintendent of Education candidate Marshall Tuck’s TV advertisement, he points out that California is 44th in achieving education results. What he leaves unsaid is that this performance parallels our state’s lack of funding for our […]