All four pro-public education candidates came in first in their LAUSD school board elections, but two will face run-offs in November.
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…
The Los Angeles School Board is presented with a report detailing the discrepancies in enrollment between charter and public schools.
The charter industry loses its grip on the LAUSD School Board’s Presidency. Is the oversight of Superintendent Austin Beutner next?
Parents are caught unaware as Austin “Darth” Beutner quietly launches a plan that could close the libraries in some LAUSD elementary schools.
The newly revealed lobbying contract with Sebastian Ridley-Thomas isn’t Beutner’s first dance with scandal-plagued former state assemblyman.
As the LAUSD strike drags on it is abundantly clear that the only way to bring an end to the chaos is to fire the Superintendent.
Teachers are professionals that are trained to handle the many needs of their students. What about the people taking over during the strike?
In Superintendent Austin Beutner’s Los Angeles Unified, it’s as if the 2018 elections never happened, or that Donald Trump’s appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education had never turned a glaring klieg light on the avarice of “school choice” Democrats under Obama who suddenly found themselves aligned with voucher-loving, charter school-pushing megadonors to the […]