A.J. Duffy

Apple Academy Charter Public Schools

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Recently departed president of the United Teachers of Los Angeles; special education teacher, a 35-year district veteran and long-time union activist; Executive Director of Apple Academy Charter Public Schools

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LA Unified has more charter schools than any other district in the US.

School Reform and LA Unified's Public School Choice Plan

LA Unified has more charter schools than any other district in the US.

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President Obama's Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, told a recent labor-management conference that, in these very tough economic times, school districts and teachers' unions can solve…

The State of LA's Public Schools

President Obama's Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, told a recent labor-management conference that, in these very tough economic times, school districts and teachers' unions can solve…

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The LA Unified School District has a new Superintendent. He's  John Deasy , who's been assistant to retiring Ramon Cortines for the past few months.

From LA to Sacramento, New Uncertainty in Public Education

The LA Unified School District has a new Superintendent. He's John Deasy , who's been assistant to retiring Ramon Cortines for the past few months.

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