Ed Leibowitz

Los Angeles magazine

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Journalist and writer-at-large for Los Angeles magazine

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Past superintendents of LA schools have been controversial, but John Deasy has set a new standard. Unionized teachers gave him a 91% vote of "no confidence."

John Deasy Survives at the LAUSD

Past superintendents of LA schools have been controversial, but John Deasy has set a new standard. Unionized teachers gave him a 91% vote of "no confidence."

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