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LAUSD board special election candidate Q&A: Jackie Goldberg

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| On Tuesday, May 14, voters in northeast and southeast Los Angeles will elect a new representative to fill an open seat on the L.A. Unified School Board.

Pete Buttigieg endorses LAUSD parcel tax measure

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The Democratic presidential candidate and mayor of South Bend, Ind. is working to shore up his support among black and Latino voters.

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Lawsuit challenges parcel tax measure on June 4 ballot

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An anti-tax group says LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner overstepped his authority in ordering a significant change to the ballot language.

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South L.A. school loses charter, shuts a month early

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Summit Preparatory Charter School has taken the unusual step of closing its doors a month early after the L.A. Unified School Board voted not to renew its charter.

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County Says LAUSD Budget Needs More Cuts — or More Revenue

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Budget reserves required by state law are falling short. LAUSD has until July 1 to come up with a solution.

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Why the former No. 1 & 2 officials both left LAUSD's powerful Inspector General's office last year

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The Office of the Inspector General at the Los Angeles Unified School District is the type of government agency that any taxpayer — not just those with kids in school — would want working well.

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LAUSD school board candidates campaign in the wake of teachers strike

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It’s been a month since L.A. Unified school teachers and their union reached an agreement ending their six-day strike.

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Class size reduction motivates striking teachers, but is it worth the high cost?

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Los Angeles teachers union members have made a class-size reduction central to their demands during their strike against the L.A. Unified School District.

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