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In Austin Beutner's farewell speech on Monday, he said LAUSD is “well on the path to recovery” after a turbulent year.

LAUSD’s Austin Beutner ends his term today. How will he be remembered?

In Austin Beutner's farewell speech on Monday, he said LAUSD is “well on the path to recovery” after a turbulent year.

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