One school demands payment to access records while another stations armed guards at a board meeting. Both continue to receive public funds.
It appears that there was a mole in the boardroom as the LAUSD defended itself against a lawsuit from the charter school industry.
For the second time, Nick Melvoin’s attempts to change the LAUSD Board rules have been pulled from the agenda before a vote could be taken.
Under her leadership, she has made important changes in her departments, which I expect will be sustained.” – Debra Duardo, LACOE Superintendent The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) provides oversight over the 80 school districts within the county and can take control if it finds that any of these districts are in danger […]
And I would have made millions if it hadn’t been for you meddling kids.” – Villain caught by Mystery, Inc. With multiple open investigations into alleged violations of the Brown Act, it is clear that the LAUSD School Board needs a refresher course on how this law works. According to LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin, […]
None of you should be making all these decisions in private and without the input of the public.” – Former LAUSD Board Member, Jackie Goldberg In 1953, the California legislature declared that “the people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know […]
I am especially addressing those who have been expressing their frustration with the lack of transparency during the last ten days, when every member of the Board knew that decision had already been made while pretending to be maintaining an open mind toward all the candidates who were deemed finalists.” – LAUSD Board Member, Scott […]
The public interest in withholding those records clearly outweighs the public interest in disclosure.” -Law Offices of Young, Minney & Corr, LLP On behalf of El Camino Real Charter High School Dear LAUSD Board Members: I have previously shared with the Charter School Division (CSD) the responses that I have received from El Camino […]
“Closed Session…significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: 1 Case” -El Camino Real Alliance Board Meeting Agenda A surefire way to rile up a charter advocate is to compare charters to “public schools”. In response, they will claim that “Charters [SIC] schools are public schools.” While […]