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How Have Charter Schools Affected Students with Sp


On February 20, 2018, the LAUSD School Board put the proposed Holding GHCHS Accountable to Their Charter on the agenda of their Committee of the Whole meeting. The following is the written statement that I provided to the Board:

Honorable LAUSD Board Members:

Chanda Smith was an LAUSD student with special education needs who fell through cracks in the system. In 1993, lawyers from the ACLU filed a class ...

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Does Your Family Need a Day Trip?


As the head of the household, do you get the sense at times that you and your family need a break from it all?

For those answering yes, where’s a good place to go to get away from it all for even 24 hours?

You may have a favorite getaway at the beach, the mountains, or even with other family members or friends.

Although your home ...

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How to Decorate Your Home to Make It Feel Cozier


Home is a source of comfort for many as it gives you a sense of security and ease. While most households are naturally pleasant and welcoming, there is a lot that you can do elevate this feeling. In particular, you can change up your décor and the way you position various items. This way, not only will you feel more relaxed in your home, so will anyone who comes to visit you. Here are some ...

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How technology has changed learning forever


It wasn’t very long ago at all that pupils in a classroom would sit in lines on wooden benches, listening to the screech of chalk on dusty old backboards. Those of us in our 30s and 40s should remember this fairly well – those in our 50s certainly so. It’s not all so long ago, is it?

When you were in school – can you remember how you imagined the future to ...

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#?@$ Chi Minh Provides an Example of Censorship in


As a child the first thing I did when presented with a new dictionary was check for the swear words. I already knew what they meant, but their presence validated the authenticity of the reference; if I could be trusted to know that these words existed, then surely the rest of the contents were worth exploring. Unfortunately, my daughter accidentally found this weekend that her school does not have that same trust in her.

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