Parental Engagement

By Carl J. Petersen

Education issues as seen from a father's eyes.

Erica Vilardi-Espinosa: Campaign Donations Are All The Same

This candidate for LAUSD School Board says that there is no difference between charter industry spending and funds provided by unions.

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Los Angeles Government Drowns In Ethical Crises

From the sheriff to the mayor, L.A. has been rocked by scandals. What would the candidates running for the LAUSD school board do differently?

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Plan Ahead?

The LAUSD board eliminates the district’s mask mandate just as a new, more contagious sub-variant takes hold in Los Angeles.

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Felonious Actions By A School Board?

Are members of the LAUSD School Board accomplices as charter schools refuse to pay the $13,745,310.09 debt owed to students of the district?

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Los Angeles County Helped To Create This Mess

After reversing the LAUSD’s decision to not renew these charter schools, LACOE needs to help collect the past due debt they incurred.

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Marvin Rodriguez: Prioritizing Community Participation In The LAUSD

If elected, this LAUSD candidate would want to engage the communities he serves at every level, from the classroom to the board room.

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List Of School Board Candidates Finalized

The Los Angeles City Clerk has confirmed that ten candidates have collected enough signatures to appear on the June 7 ballot.

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A Lack Of Engagement

If those seeking a seat on the LAUSD School Board aren’t willing to engage during a campaign, is there any hope they will do so if they win?

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BREAKING NEWS: Another Candidate Withdraws From School Board Race

Five days after submitting the required signatures and filing fee, Raquel Zamora removes her name from the ballot.

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Protecting Public School Students

Charter schools with operational deficiencies should not be given space on LAUSD campuses, especially when doing so puts children at risk.

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