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

David Rattray on KCRW

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

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

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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

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

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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.

Where's the Outrage?

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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