These Two Candidates Want Your Vote

Twenty questions were sent to the five candidates running in LAUSD Board District 2. Only Rocio Rivas and Erica Vilardi-Espinosa replied.

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A Candidate Speaks

The voters finally get some insight into the views of Tracey Schroeder. Her competitor, LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin, remains silent.

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The Incumbent Stays Silent While Challengers Make Their Final Pitch

LAUSD Board President Kelly Gonez refuses to engage with voters in Board District 6. Her opponents are willing to answer questions.

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No Comment For You

LAUSD Board President Kelly Gonez leads the effort to silence speakers at the April 26th board meeting, violating the rights of her constituents.

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Candidate Alleges Possible Retaliation

Jesus Arana, who is running against LAUSD Board President Kelly Gonez, claims that he was forced to retire from his job as a LASPD Sergeant.

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LAUSD Candidate Comments On District's Forgiveness Of Charter School Debt

Rocio Rivas decries the lack of transparency as the Charter School Division wipes away $7,678,022 in state-mandated overallocation fees.

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Endorsements: These Candidates Would Give LAUSD Parents Power

Voting for Rocio Rivas, Marvin Rodriguez, and anyone but Nick Melvoin would put parent voices back on the Los Angeles School Board.

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Sunday Mailbag April 24

You Don't Mess with the Mouse

C.P. in Los Angeles, CA, writesGreat item on the brewing battle of Ron DeSantis vs. The House Of Mouse. I would like to add that the Florida governor is in way over his head. The Trumpists seem to think that the legislation to end the Reedy Creek Improvement District is a "checkmate," but I see the battle as just beginning. Disney always plays the long game.

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Carl J. Petersen: I Hope Our New Superintendent Is Smart Enough To See Past This

"Carl J. Petersen reports from Los Angeles that the Charter School Division has forgiven over seven million dollars of charter school debt. Too bad for the students of LAUSD...Read the full post here."

 

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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A Faux Military School Shreds The Constitution

The North Valley Military Institute gets caught breaking rules that protect students in all publicly funded schools. This is not the first time.

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