CHARTERS AND CONSEQUENCES: An Investigative Series by the Network for Public Education

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Depriving the LAUSD Board of Ignorance


Having been made aware of safety violations at Granada Hills Charter High School will the LAUSD School Board take the opportunity to put “kids first”?

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Should students assigned to Granada Hills charter school be able to opt out of partially-online program?

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Senate Education Committee Informational Hearing: Charter School Authorization in CA

My testimony at the Senate Education Committee Informational Hearing: Charter School Authorization in CA on October 23, 2017:


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Los Angeles: Charter-Controlled School Board Eases Rules for Charters

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The LAUSD Continues to Reward Failure

 

Pushing through their “Charters First” agenda, the LAUSD School Board renews another charter with academic and financial failures.

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Parents Against Accountability

IMG-2150.JPGIf charters perform as well as their supporters allege, then why do they resist any attempt to hold a magnifying glass to their operations?

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The LAUSD's Failure to Follow Through

Not_Closed.JPGWho will pay the price for the LAUSD's failure to ensure that violations are corrected at GHCHS?

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Broad's Latest Attack on Democracy

The LAUSD’s Broad Block calls on Ref Rodriguez to take a leave of absence instead of resigning.

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Did GHCHS Endanger "the Health and Safety of Students, Staff and other individuals"?

Use_Must_Stop_Immediately.jpgWhy were parents kept in the dark when the LAUSD cited Granada Hills Charter High School for projects on their campus that did not meet construction codes?

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