David Rattray

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

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Senior Vice President of Education and Workforce Development at the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

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It's time for young people to find summer jobs but, as we all know, recovery has been a long time coming.

Summer Jobs in a Recovering Economy

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LA's elected school board passed a preliminary worst-case budget last night with just one dissenting vote.

The Rationing of Public Education

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Governor Brown's failure to get tax-hike extensions on the June ballot has created an atmosphere of resignation about what's called an "all-cuts" budget.

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