Genethia Hudley Hayes

former Board Member, LA Unified School District

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President of the LA Fire Commission; former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District

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Last week on this program, Los Angeles Unified School Superintendent David Brewer said  he was not considering stepping down .  Today, he asked the elected school board to buy out his…

Brewer Wants LAUSD Board to Buy Out His Contract

Last week on this program, Los Angeles Unified School Superintendent David Brewer said he was not considering stepping down .  Today, he asked the elected school board to buy out his…

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