Another One Bites The Dust

Who will answer for the wasted education funds as Valiente College Preparatory Charter School announces its closure?

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Hate Did Not Win (So Far)

The results are finalized for the March 5th primary election and many candidates who ran on platforms based on their hatred of the LGBTQ+ community lost their races. Some others are still in the running.

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Schools For Thee, Not For Me

The Charter School Industry spends millions trying to influence LAUSD School Board elections but fails to win in areas saturated with its schools.

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General Election School Board Candidates Finalized

The Los Angeles County Clerk’s preliminary certification of the primary results shows no change in the winners but a clear shift in momentum.

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Bargain Basement Teachers?

With low salaries and poor working conditions, Citizens of the World Charter Schools is driving away high-quality, experienced educators.

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Charter School Enrollment Continues To Decline

Charter School Enrollment Continues To Decline: With 82.4% of these publicly funded private schools failing to meet enrollment targets in Los Angeles, is a rash of closures on the horizon?

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A Politician Bought And Paid For

The Charter School Industry spent millions getting LAUSD’s Nick Melvoin elected. It gets a good return on its investment.

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Hate On A Saturday Morning

A group of “loving” and “kind” activists clutch their pearls over the label of “bigots” while they angrily denounce the LGBTQ community at a meeting of the Northridge East Neighborhood Council Education Committee.

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A School Fights To Keep Its Community In Tact

As developers continue to build homes in the Valley without adding classrooms, Porter Ranch Community School struggles to meet the demand.

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Public Education Supporters Can Breath A Little Easier In Los Angeles

Preliminary results show candidates supported by public education supporters will have the opportunity to maintain a majority by defending the three seats they currently hold.

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