Updated with response from the Times on next page.
By Hillel Aron
The Los Angeles Times printed an odd take on Academia Semillas del Pueblo, the failing charter whose kids are nowhere near state standards on reading, writing, adding and subtracting --¬†even as compared to their identical, struggli ... More >>
By Hillel Aron
The kids aren't alright.Today, full page ads appear in the L.A. Times, Daily News and La Opinion taken out by Don't Hold Us Back -- respected organizations calling out United Teachers Los Angeles and LAUSD for letting kids fail. The new supergroup includes The United Way, The ... More >>
Not this time, Cortines.Private charter-school giants are pushing their way into the Los Angeles Unified School District one low-performing campus at a time -- or, as was the case yesterday, seven at a time, out of 13 district schools up for grabs.
The Los Angeles Board of Education's reform ... More >>
Update #2: Kayser talks to L.A. Weekly. See below.
Update: Numbers are continuing in the same direction as more votes are counted. See Below.
Bennett KayserAbsentee votes are counted for the Los Angeles Unified School District Board race. We will continue to keep you updated as numbers come i ... More >>
A.J. Duffy's tiny pocket is fullParanoid leaders at United Teachers Los Angeles seek anti-reform teachers to run for Los Angeles Unified School Board. That's right. They grimly resist after losing public confidence following the brilliant L.A. Times test score expose of 6,000 teachers. The Ti ... More >>