Welcome to the fight for the children of the LAUSD

Endorsed by:

NPE-Newsletter-Banner.pngNetwork for Public Education Action: Carl Petersen is "well-qualified and [is] committed to the ideals of NPE Action".

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 Americans for Democratic Action Southern California: "If we want to protect Public Education in LA, we need to act!"

pesja-la_400x400.png  Public Education & Social Justice Advocacy (PESJA) Los Angeles: #DumpDevos

SFV/NELA Chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW)

NVDC.jpgThe North Valley Democratic Club: "Carl Petersen, a parent, and advocate for children with special needs is supported by the club in the race for District 2 of the Los Angeles Unified School District". 

 KM.pngKenneth Mejia, Candidate in Congressional District 34: "Carl J. Petersen is a Green who has fought to protect special education and to stop union-busting charter schools."

US.jpgLuca Barton, Write In Candidate for LA City Council, District 1: "Caring + knowledgeable LAUSD School Board District 2 candidate + father of 5 beautiful children."

Leonard Isenberg (PERDAILY.COM): "it is my belief that Carl Petersen now offers you the first step toward a viable alternative that will finally hold those in power accountable"


Individuals (Organizations for identification purposes only):

Nancy Pearlman, Board of Trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District.

Patty Lopez, Former California State Assemblywoman for the 39th district, current candidate LAUSD, District 6

Scott Gerber, former UTLA Special Education Rep.

Lauren Steiner, "Carl is a true champion of public education. He is aware of the dangers of the billionaire-backed movement to privatize public education through charter schools."

Michael Dominguez, Retired Teacher

Joan Kramer, Retired School Librarian

 

Together we can give the LAUSD Board a parent's perspective, provide opportunities to all students (including those with special education needs) and stop Eli Broad's plan to privatize education. Sign up below to show your support:

 

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