Cortines saves some library aide jobs, trying to save a few more
In just the first week of July, the number of library aide positions at LAUSD being “separated” from the district was reduced to 14 from 22. Superintendent Ramon Cortines is trying to find ways to save the remaining positions before the school year begins next month. “These 14 ladies got notices that say they are...
By Mike Szymanski | July 9, 2015
Rodriguez win a reform anomaly, AALA opens ‘me too’ negotiations
Ref Rodriguez is an anomaly not only for becoming the first candidate backed by the state charter schools to win a seat on the LA Unified board. He’s an anomaly for winning at a time of mayoral disengagement with public education. That’s the view of Ben Austin, political director for Students Matter, the Vergara people,...
By LA School Report | May 21, 2015