College students find gaps in LAUSD superintendent search process
A group of college students told the LA Unified board this week that its effort to reach non-Internet-connected people as part of the superintendent search was inadequate. “We walked through neighborhoods and found more than 200 community members who lacked Internet access and didn’t have a means of travel to the community meetings, but care about education...
By Mike Szymanski | November 13, 2015
Candidates for board seat, CA education chief at USC forum
Yet another education-related candidate forum has been scheduled for Los Angeles, this one on Saturday at USC, and it’s unusual in that it will include back-to-back conversations with candidates for the open board seat for LA Unified’s District 1, then another with those running for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The co-sponsors — Parent Revolution,...
By LA School Report | May 1, 2014