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Restoration of Black America

Economist Thomas Sowell on the restoration of black America: 1) Fire teachers who don’t teach and, 2) promote competition (vouchers & charters) within school districts. Video

Former LAUSD Teacher Speaks Out

When President Bush spoke of the faith based private schools that are closing down throughout America, he proposed to provide millions of dollars to support them and the parents of struggling students. Republicans jumped to their feet while Democrats sat on their hands.
Ari Kaufman writes that, as a public school teacher in the LAUSD;

The path [...]

Is Admiral Brewer Another Big Empty Suit?

LA Weekly has written another great expose – this one about Admiral David Brewer’s inability to fix LAUSD. The crux of the article says it all:
… Brewer arrived at the meeting “eager to take on the challenge” of improving L.A. Unified and “very interested in the nature of the work.” But Crew also noticed that [...]

Thought Police Attack School Children

Rebecca Segall-Wallace describes the frustration, mediocrity, and heartache of competition without winners or losers in this troubling WSJ commentary:
Monday: After a long day at his New York City private school, Ben, 16, heads to my creative writing lab to work on his heartfelt memoir about his parents’ bitter divorce. Tuesday: Alison, 15, rushes from her [...]

Union Teachers Draft NEW “Reform Plan”

The LA Times reports that the Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) union teachers (UTLA) have drafted this new reform plan.
Presented by the UTLA’s High Priority Schools Work Group, the plan recommends that LAUSD provide for “grass roots control over schools” to give instructors “more breathing room to formulate curricula.”
Sounds great, right?
First of all, taxpayers [...]

LA Times Blogs Fall Short on LAUSD

When the LA Times recently rolled out their blogs, I wondered whether they would echo the same leftist tripe as their regular bird cage liner. It seems I was correct.
When teacher-blogger Nick Giulioni posted this story about a teacher who diffused an on-campus fight, I posted a comment. After an hour or so, my moderated [...]

LAUSD’s Image Makeover

The Daily News reports that Los Angeles Unified School District officials have quietly hired two consultants to help improve their public image.
The recent hirings come in addition to a six-person communications staff with a nearly $1.4 million budget, an overall $10 million communications budget, and a separate consulting contract with Darry Sragow, who helps LAUSD [...]

LAUSD’s Image Makeover

The Daily News reports that Los Angeles Unified School District officials have quietly hired two consultants to help improve their public image.
The recent hirings come in addition to a six-person communications staff with a nearly $1.4 million budget, an overall $10 million communications budget, and a separate consulting contract with Darry Sragow, who helps LAUSD [...]

LAUSD’s Image Makeover

The Daily News reports that Los Angeles Unified School District officials have quietly hired two consultants to help improve their public image.
The recent hirings come in addition to a six-person communications staff with a nearly $1.4 million budget, an overall $10 million communications budget, and a separate consulting contract with Darry Sragow, who helps LAUSD [...]

Putnam Picks Up LAUSD Story

Broadcast legend George Putnam has picked up Migdia Chinea’s story.
You may recall that her LAUSD classroom was burglarized and she endured an on-campus assault last month. According to Chinea, the burglar used a school district key to remove her laptop, wallet and glasses. Anyone check Sandy Berger’s socks lately?
And why does the LA Times fail [...]