Ignoring the proposed “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” resolution, LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin seeks less public input on education issues.
How can schools designed to serve children with specific needs be judged by the same criteria as those serving the general population?
As the paper of record for those who want to privatize our education system, the Los Angeles Times endorses a candidate for the LAUSD School Board even after saying that she does not have any “insightful or original” ideas. They did have good things to say about Jackie Goldberg.
The District has not received payments from Community Preparatory Academy for the months of January 2017 through June 2017, which total to $82,240.97 currently owed to the District.” – LAUSD Charter School Division The LAUSD School Board took the rare step of considering the denial of a charter school’s renewal during their April 2, 2019, […]
LAUSD Board President Monica Garcia and Vice-President Nick Melvoin both make reference to a Rules Committee that has not held any public meetings. Where is the transparency?
It appears that the “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” resolution has found the sponsor that it needed to move on toward Board approval.
The LAUSD Board is set to discuss the “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” resolution at Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday.
While other local school districts hold School Board meetings in the evening when working parents can attend, the LAUSD holds their meetings during the school day. This would change under the “Board Meeting Accessibility to the Public” resolution that I have proposed to the Board.
Parents are caught unaware as Austin “Darth” Beutner quietly launches a plan that could close the libraries in some LAUSD elementary schools.
Jackie Goldberg and the case for Ranked Choice Voting: Why hasn’t a system that amplifies the voice of the voters, expands the universe of ideas and saves taxpayers money been more widely adopted?