Alberto Carvalho

Alberto Carvalho

Superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District

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LAUSD Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says he’s looking to expand the school year, increase the frequency and quality of summer school, create a parent academy, and more.

LAUSD: Growing academic gaps, shrinking enrollment. Supt. Alberto Carvalho explains his plans

LAUSD Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says he’s looking to expand the school year, increase the frequency and quality of summer school, create a parent academy, and more.

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