The incumbent has a record of improving opportunities for children and is a far better choice than the charter profiteer or the inexperienced parent.
First and foremost, our students with disabilities are general ed students…All of them.” – Anthony Aguilar, LAUSD Chief of Special Education The end of 2019 brought a conclusion to the Chanda Smith consent decree and its modification. For the first time in over a generation, the delivery of special education services within the LAUSD is […]
This is the last of two articles profiling the candidates running to represent the residents of LAUSD’s Board District 3.
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…
Was LAUSD’s plan to limit accessibility to Special Education Centers in the best interests of the students who needed those services?
Nick Melvoin’s plans for an exclusive new middle school include displacing children with special education needs from Fairfax High School.
Confronted by evidence that the charter school industry is not fully serving children with special education needs, will the LAUSD act?
The Chanda Smith consent decree should have helped every LAUSD student with special education needs. Instead, it harmed the most vulnerable.
The Los Angeles School Board is presented with a report detailing the discrepancies in enrollment between charter and public schools.
Transparency is key.” – CCSA Email marked “Confidential” The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is not always a welcoming place for a person who needs accommodations. According to a report released on October 25, 2017, a child with a physical disability would be unable to enter through the main entrance of one-fifth of the […]