Parental Engagement

By Carl J. Petersen

Education issues as seen from a father's eyes.

KLCS Dismissed

The television station owned by the LAUSD fails at providing unbiased coverage of Tuesday's public School Board meeting.

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The NRA Misses the Target with Their "Good Guy with a Gun" Strategy

The tragic circumstances at the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting demonstrate the fatal flaw in the NRA’s alternative to passing common sense gun control.

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Dismantling Our Public Schools

The California Charter School Association helped put a felon on the LAUSD School Board. Now the students are paying the price.

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The LAUSD Widget Factory

Success should not be measured by how well a district fits square pegs into round holes.

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LAUSD's Board District 5 Is Still Unrepresented

Vacant.pngWith the LAUSD facing a period of impending chaos, including a possible teacher strike, every stakeholder deserves a voice.

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LAUSD Increases Salary Offer, Teachers Hold Out for Students

The District has nearly met the union’s salary demands but still wants to keep the option of balancing budgets with larger class sizes.

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Supporting Parents and Students

The Northridge East Neighborhood Council adopts two resolutions that call for changes to make the LAUSD a student-centered school district.

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Tony Thurmond Feels The Heat

Candidate for California State Superintendent of Public Instruction has learned that money, or morals, are no object to the Charter School Industry.

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Unanswered Questions in the Race for California State Superintendent of Education

If Marshall Tuck wants the public to vote for him, shouldn’t he be willing to answer questions about his plans to privatize education?

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Prop 13 and California's Education Failures

California State Superintendent of Education candidate Marshall Tuck receives support from the same people who limit education funding.

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