Parental Engagement

By Carl J. Petersen

Education issues as seen from a father's eyes.

He Lied

The LAUSD Charter School Division Director admits that the law never required him to take away space used for providing Special Education services. This means our most vulnerable students were receiving services in closets and stairwells because of choices made by the District.

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LAUSD Candidate Raquel Villalta on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Raquel Villalta protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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LAUSD Candidate Janie Dam on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Janie Dam protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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Who Is Advocating For The School District's Most Vulnerable Students?

It is over a month into the school year and the Special Education advocates in the LAUSD's Community Advisory Committee have still not met.

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LAUSD Candidate Karla Griego on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Karla Griego protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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LAUSD Candidate Kahllid Al-Alim on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Kahllid Al-Alim protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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LAUSD Candidate Richard Ramos on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Richard Ramos protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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LAUSD Candidate Andreas Farmakalidis on PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would LAUSD candidate Andreas Farmakalidis protect students with Special Education needs who are receiving services in closets because charter schools were allowed to take their previous classrooms using PROP-39?

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LAUSD Candidate Forum: PROP-39 Co-Locations

How would these candidates protect students who are negatively affected when LAUSD public schools are forced to share space with charter schools under PROP-39?

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Hey Bigot, Leave Our Kids Alone

A speaker’s comments to the LAUSD School Board and a murder in Lake Arrowhead highlight the fact that hateful rhetoric has consequences.

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