A Night At the Opera

Watching Adam Lambert join the two remaining members of Queen last week I could not help but think about how much his performance represented the advances that have been made in LGBTQ+ rights. Freddie Mercury hid his HIV status until the night before his death, Lambert actually changed lyrics so that a he/him was the object of his attention in the song. While the hate of bigots was on full display last June in front of Saticoy Elementary School, we are making progress as a society.

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Los Angeles Candidates File To Run In March Primary

The candidate filing period closes with 26 people declaring their intention to run for seats on LAUSD’s School Board. Next step: signature gathering.

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Sacrificing Special Education

With a Board majority at stake, Special Education families are told that now isn’t the time to confront the LAUSD’s large, complicated, and often unyielding bureaucracy.

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LAUSD Candidate Richard Ramos on Special Education

Would LAUSD Candidate Richard Ramos confront the status quo and fight for the vulnerable students who depend on the LAUSD to provide the Special Education services that they need?

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LAUSD Candidate DeWayne Davis on Special Education

Would LAUSD Candidate DeWayne Davis confront the status quo and fight for the vulnerable students who depend on the LAUSD to provide the Special Education services that they need?

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LAUSD Candidate Fidencio Gallardo on Special Education

Would LAUSD Candidate Fidencio Gallardo confront the status quo and fight for the vulnerable students who depend on the LAUSD to provide the Special Education services that they need?

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LAUSD Candidate Andreas Farmakalidis on Special Education

Would LAUSD Candidate Andreas Farmakalidis confront the status quo and fight for the vulnerable students who depend on the LAUSD to provide the Special Education services that they need?

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The LAUSD's Continued Assault On Special Education

Events in the past few weeks have highlighted shocking choices made by LAUSD personnel that have hurt students requiring Special Education services.

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Scott Schmerelson Will Not Support SpEd Resolution

LAUSD BD 3's Scott Schmerelson claims "it is not feasible for the District to pursue" changes that would protect parents’ choices during the IEPs that are held for children with Special Education needs.

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LAUSD Candidate Forum: Special Education

Would these School Board candidates prioritize improving how the District delivers required Special Education services to its most vulnerable students?

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