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Carl J. Petersen 17h
Beutner ends his plan to defund some elementary school libraries next year as Goldberg takes her seat on the Board of Education.
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Ross Gerber May 21
I can’t believe the level of waste and beaucracy at our kids and teachers deserve better. That’s why the charter movement will continue to grow. We should be running our school not you. Why give you even more money to waste.
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Terry Adams May 20
That’s expected, not big news. I’m voting 1. You’re wasting $12.5 million on an election when you could just reform pensions & you’d have the money. 2. Why should home owners have to pay hundreds each year (for 12 years) because isn’t efficient with money?
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935 KDAY May 24
Vote yes on Measure EE this June 4th! Let's invest in our schools and teachers to ensure students in our district have the resources needed to succeed.
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Joe May 23
I have never been a fan of the grading scale, but why are we setting our kids up for failure or excuse me a “D” average passing grade average in !? When Universities and higher education requires a C or in my case and many core classes a C+ or B average to pass!?
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🌹 May 22
Replying to @lei_uta
I’m had it up to here with
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Freedom Has Value May 25
Morons like blame the charter industry for 's failings, then oppose so their kids are stuck with LAUSD bureaucrats. Can't fix stupid.
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Freedom Has Value 10h
In other words, all you have are straw men. So long as fools like you insist on funneling public school funding to incompetent bureaucracies like , students of all abilities will be disadvantaged.
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Carl J. Petersen May 25
Replying to @ScottAtLAUSD
And importantly there is one part of the article that has become outdated since I wrote it. At the time Tamar Galazan was my Board Member. I helped play a part in the election that threw her out of office and I am now represented by .
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Austin Paterek 15h
June 4, ballot measure EE for everyone in boundaries. Vote. Every. Time.
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Robert D. Skeels, JD 🎏🇵🇸🔻 17h
Replying to @rdsathene
Adding insult to injury is the fact that public funds paid for this lucrative charter school corporation's advertising campaign. Money that should have been used for public school libraries.
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Power California Action May 24
On June 4th, Vote "Yes" on Measure EE. Vote "Yes" for the resources students need.
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Terry Adams May 25
Whose money? Home owners money! How much? Several hundreds of dollars each for 12 years! Why? To pay for the pension bailout problem that created! Don’t be fooled. The money will go to pensions. Vote
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LAUSD LDWest May 24
Yesterday Venice High welcomed current eighth graders who will be part of the school’s new Dual Language Academy next year. These incoming freshmen will either enroll in the Mandarin or Spanish Immersion programs. All will be in the Gondoliers’ Class of 2023.
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WeAreDACE May 24
New post (LA Technology Center Makes Accounting History!) has been published:
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Beto Durán May 25
Great experience for young athletes.
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Carl J. Petersen May 25
Replying to @SavePublicEduc
Confronted by the state of California with a list of 22 low-performing charter schools, will the School Board take action to shut them down?
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NotSureHowTodayEnds May 24
All the third grade kids passed the DELF! Go Richland French Immersion.
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Cooper Rummell May 25
. is making calls and going door-to-door raising support for . If approved, the parcel tax would generate $500M a year so can lower class sizes, hire more teachers and purchase new supplies.
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Carl J. Petersen May 21
Here comes the Calvary. is already kicking up a shitstorm! This is what we worked for!
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