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.
As the California Charter School Association and their allies spend millions on negative ads, education issues are swept aside.
There were huge changes in the last year for the second largest school district in the country. A look back at some of the major events…
One school demands payment to access records while another stations armed guards at a board meeting. Both continue to receive public funds.
The information age should have held truth to power. Instead, politicians from a school board member to the president just create new realities.
The LAUSD is allowed to appoint a representative to each charter school governing board. The Board needs to step up and make this happen.
Nick Melvoin has put the interests of the charter school industry over the LAUSD students he is supposed to represent. Should this disqualify him from reviewing district employees?
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.
For almost a century, the Field Act has successfully protected public school students from earthquake damage. Charter schools are exempt.