Bruce Smith

Teacher at Locke High School

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The  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation  has given  Green Dot Charter schools  7.8 million dollars to divide  Locke High , with  it's three-thousand students, into ten separate…

Locke High and Green Dot Receive Millions From Gates Foundation

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given Green Dot Charter schools 7.8 million dollars to divide Locke High , with  it's three-thousand students, into ten separate…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The  LA Times reports  that a majority of the seventy-three tenured teachers at  LA’s Locke High School  have signed petitions asking that  Green Dot Public Schools  take over.

Should the LAUSD Have a Lock on Locke High School?

The LA Times reports that a majority of the seventy-three tenured teachers at LA’s Locke High School have signed petitions asking that Green Dot Public Schools take over.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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