20 Questions For The LAUSD District 2 Candidates

Both candidates were given an opportunity to present their views on a variety of subjects. Only LAUSD parent Rocio Rivas provided answers.

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"Sorry" Does Not Cut It

The members of the Los Angeles City Council who engaged in racist rhetoric had a year to apologize. With their words made public, they must resign.

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One Candidate In LAUSD Board District 6 Was Willing To Answer Questions

LAUSD parent and teacher Marvin Rodriguez submits himself to a series of 20 questions. Incumbent Kelly Gonez refused to provide answers.

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Parent Group Decries Lack Of Communication

With the LAUSD failing to keep its stakeholders informed about the details of the computer hack, a crisis of confidence is steadily developing.

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Why Won't This Congressman Support Special Education Funding?

HR 5984 would finally give promised support to our most vulnerable students and has 135 co-sponsors. Mike Garcia (CA-27) is not one of them.

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Representation For The Highest Bidder

A LAUSD Board Member offers her constituents her views on the state of the school district - if they are willing to pay for the privilege.

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Done With Public Transportation In Los Angeles

After getting stranded at Union Station following a concert at the Los Angeles Coliseum I cannot trust our city’s post-COVID transit systems.

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Rammstein Blows It Up

The German band proves themselves to be master showmen bridging the language barrier and holding the Coliseum crowd in the palm of their hand.

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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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