The District is encouraging parents to send their students to school if the teachers’ union strikes. Will they be sending kids into mayhem?
If current and past members of the LAUSD School Board have called for lower class sizes, why are they battling their union on the issue?
With District leaders openly hostile towards the needs of students in special education classes, can the union extract essential changes?
The tragic circumstances at the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting demonstrate the fatal flaw in the NRA’s alternative to passing gun control.
All in all, you’re just another brick in the wall” – Roger Waters The Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) School Experience Survey is an opportunity for parents and guardians to grade the District’s performance. Included in this questionnaire are important statements such as “Reports of bullying are taken seriously at this school” and “This […]
Salary: 6% on-schedule raise, including 3% retroactive for 2017-18, plus 3% raise for 2018-19” – LAUSD The LAUSD has already signed contracts with their other major unions that “included raises totaling about 6%.” It was, therefore, unclear why the District’s initial offer to the teachers was to only raise their salaries by 2%. This seemed […]
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 […]
Thanks to the Brown Act, by law, public meetings of school boards in the state of California are made accessible to the public for attendance and comment. But almost two-thirds of parents in two parent households work outside the home, as do about the same numbers of single-parent families. Meetings held during daytime working hours […]
Where am I going to leave her today? I have to call in sick.“ – Parent of Student enrolled in a closed charter school Imagine if the LAUSD decided that one of their schools was draining resources from the District and decided to shut it down just days into the start of the school year. […]