Board Member Nick Melvoin got caught manipulating data for the benefit of the charter school industry. He now oversees the LAUSD’s data-driven efforts.
The Chanda Smith consent decree should have helped every LAUSD student with special education needs. Instead, it harmed the most vulnerable.
In the majority, charter school supporters had little respect for the minority. With the roles switched, Nick Melvoin demands collaboration.
Instead of providing parents with information, The School Performance Framework (SPF) was doctored to serve the needs of the charter school industry.
The Los Angeles School Board is presented with a report detailing the discrepancies in enrollment between charter and public schools.
A compromise brokered by Governor Newsom will allow unelected county officials to continue overturning decisions by local school boards.
The “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” proposal would move start times of LAUSD Board meetings so that more parents could attend.
Nick Melvoin’s Fire Sale Continues: The “School Performance Framework” was supposed to give parents more data. Instead, it manipulates information so charter schools can more easily take classrooms from LAUSD students.
LAUSD’s Superintendent Austin Beutner fails to set a vision for the school district as he sets the tone for the upcoming school year.
Transparency is key.” – CCSA Email marked “Confidential” The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is not always a welcoming place for a person who needs accommodations. According to a report released on October 25, 2017, a child with a physical disability would be unable to enter through the main entrance of one-fifth of the […]