Tyler Okeke is the student representative on the LAUSD School Board. At Tuesday’s meeting, he made sure the voice of his fellow students was heard.
Unable to provide proper oversight over the charters already operating under its authority, the LAUSD considers hitting the pause button.
We urge you to make this a living NAACP action plan with a mandate and roadmap for saving America’s public schools by advocating for public quality education in every sector.” – NAACP Task Force on Quality Education When confronting the newly anointed Los Angeles County Board of Education President about his support for a charter […]
We look at their websites, not only at that time but in their oversight.” Our oversight is “proactive and responsive.” – Jose Cole-Gutiérrez, LAUSD Charter School Division The LAUSD is “the largest district charter school authorizer in the nation, with about 250 independent and affiliated charter schools serving over 130,000 students.” The Charter School Division […]