Students at North Valley Military Institute claimed they were victims of “abhorrent child sex abuse”. Was anyone listening?
With an overwhelming victory in the general election, Jackie Goldberg has earned the right to be seated immediately on the Board of Education.
LAUSD Board member Nick Melvoin’s plan to change the Board rules was pulled from the agenda at the last minute. It will now be heard at a Board meeting in June.
It appears that the “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” resolution has found the sponsor that it needed to move on toward Board approval.
A perfect example of what is wrong with the California law regarding charter authorizing.” – Scott Schmerelson The average school in the United States has 507 students. Through the 2018-2019 school year, Granada Hills Charter High School is authorized for an enrollment capacity of 5,500 students. This is more than the total number of students […]
This is a very surreptitious way of doing business whereby you’re trying to hide…something perhaps you don’t want us to know.“ – Roberto Fonseca, LAUSD Parent LAUSD Board members elected with the support of the charter industry held a majority for a little over a year before Ref Rodriguez was forced to resign after committing […]
We serve the people of Greater Los Angeles because we believe there is a better path for the children of our great district. Unfortunately, the serious allegations against Dr. Ref Rodriguez distract from that critical mission.” – Monica Garcia, Nick Melvoin and Kelly Gonez While the LAUSD School Board was evaluating the performance of the […]
It’s not about the kids” – Monica Garcia When the LAUSD School Board handed control of Locke High School to Green Dot Public [sic] Schools in 2007, the school ranked “among the lowest-performing schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District and in the state.” At that time, Green Dot’s Steve Barr said that if […]
If parents are not happy with the school program, it is a school of choice. They are free (and indeed encouraged) to remove their kids from the school. There are plenty of other public school options for their children.” – Mr. Tschang, former KIPP Principal As I walked off stage at the only debate in […]