Parents are caught unaware as Austin “Darth” Beutner quietly launches a plan that could close the libraries in some LAUSD elementary schools.
Austin Beutner gets caught actively keeping information from some of his bosses on the School Board. What is he hiding?
Under her leadership, she has made important changes in her departments, which I expect will be sustained.” – Debra Duardo, LACOE Superintendent The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) provides oversight over the 80 school districts within the county and can take control if it finds that any of these districts are in danger […]
As an investor in American Media, Inc (AMI) and the National Enquirer, did LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner learn to benefit from the world of Fake News?
The newly revealed lobbying contract with Sebastian Ridley-Thomas isn’t Beutner’s first dance with scandal-plagued former state assemblyman.
In a School District currently defined by the fight between public education and privatization, both sides put everything on the line. Was it worth it?
As the LAUSD strike drags on it is abundantly clear that the only way to bring an end to the chaos is to fire the Superintendent.
In Superintendent Austin Beutner’s Los Angeles Unified, it’s as if the 2018 elections never happened, or that Donald Trump’s appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education had never turned a glaring klieg light on the avarice of “school choice” Democrats under Obama who suddenly found themselves aligned with voucher-loving, charter school-pushing megadonors to the […]
Is this for real?” – LAUSD Board Member Scott Schmerelson When the East Area Progressive Democrats filed a complaint with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office regarding alleged violations of California’s Brown Act, LAUSD Board member Scott Schmerelson’s Public Statement was used as Exhibit A. In releasing this document, Schmerelson exposed that the Board had […]
None of you should be making all these decisions in private and without the input of the public.” – Former LAUSD Board Member, Jackie Goldberg In 1953, the California legislature declared that “the people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know […]