Contract With Florida Department Of Education Opposed

A unanimous vote by the Northridge East Neighborhood Council urges the City of Los Angeles to investigate if the deal signed by LAUSD with the Florida Department of Education violates the civil rights of Los Angeles students.

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Did COVID Teach Us Anything About School Attendance?

Instead of learning from the COVID-19 pandemic, schools are returning to attendance policies that encourage children to come to school sick.

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Dr. Rocio Rivas: A Commitment To Parent Engagement

While her opponent refuses to answer questions, this LAUSD school board candidate is willing to articulate her positions to voters.

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The LAUSD Superintendent Grabs More Power

The bureaucracy that was unable to stop a cyber attack against the school district can now hand out no-bid contracts to fix the problem.

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Eroding Trust

Why is the LAUSD’s Division of Special Education saying that “placement continues to be an IEP decision” while choices like Aut Core are eliminated from many school sites?

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Who Is Jerry Brown Protecting?

The former governor who currently operates a charter school refuses to comply with regulations that give the public access to school records.

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Jerry Brown (By Jay Godwin - https://www.flickr.com/photos/lbjlibrarynow/albums/72157675334641658, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=74241517)

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LAUSD Candidate Engages With The Community

While his opponent is courting the establishment, Marvin Rodriguez is listening to his neighbors during weekly meetups at neighborhood parks.

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Carl J. Petersen: “All Students Matter”?

"Carl Petersen is less than impressed by the new LAUSD superintendent’s opening of schools address, which somehow left out special education. Does a superintendent need to put on a good show? Reposted with permission."

 

The NPE Blogs of the Day feature what the NPE editors think are interesting and important blog posts centered on issues of public education.

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Maria Brenes' Ties To Rogue LA Sheriff's Campaign

SEIU 99 paid a company controlled by Alex Villanueva’s campaign manager to promote their favorite candidate in the LAUSD School Board race.

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Kelly Gonez: Special Education Is A Subject Not Even Worth Mentioning

The School Board President refuses to answer questions about the LAUSD’s SpEd policies and her website does not discuss the issue.

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