School Board Candidate (Placed?) On Leave

Facing a lawsuit from a former student and new allegations about the funding of her campaign, LAUSD School Board Candidate Graciela Ortiz steps away from her LAUSD job.

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Online Forum For School Board Candidates Scheduled

Six people have qualified for the LAUSD BD3 race. They will get a chance to face the voters on Saturday, February 3, 2024, at 9:00 AM.

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LAUSD Candidate Kahllid Al-Alim on Special Education

Would LAUSD School Board Candidate Kahllid Al-Alim confront the status quo and fight for the vulnerable students who depend on the District to provide the services that they need?

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School Board Candidate Looks To Take A Step Backwards

Former LAUSD Board Members Tamar Galatzan and Mónica García brought the district the iPad scandal and MiSiS crisis. Now they back BD3 Candidate Dan Chang to continue their work.

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LAUSD Candidate Forum: Student Safety

From lead pipes to uniformed police on school campuses; candidates for the LAUSD School Board answer questions related to safety.

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LAUSD School Board Candidate Named In Lawsuit

Former student seeks to hold LAUSD School Board BD5 candidate Graciela Ortiz accountable for sexual assault that occurred while volunteering for the astroturf group, Yvote!

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LAUSD Candidate Andreas Farmakalidis on Student Safety

LAUSD Candidate Andreas Farmakalidis responds to questions about the safety of students including one about the District’s efforts to prevent vehicular incidents near schools.

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LAUSD Candidate John Brasfield on Student Safety

LAUSD Candidate John Brasfield responds to questions about the safety of students including one about the risk of having charter schools co-locate on District campuses.

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What Is The Plan For Charter School Co-Locations?

With the deadline long since passed, LAUSD Superintendent Carvalho has not provided a policy for PROP-39 co-locations. Shirley Elementary finds itself under attack from a charter school again.

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LAUSD Incumbent Scott Schmerelson on Student Safety

LAUSD Incumbent Scott Schmerelson responds to questions about safety in schools including one about eliminating the exposure of students to lead through drinking water.

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