George McKenna

Former principal and district administrator Candidate for LAUSD District 1

Former principal and district administrator Candidate for LAUSD District 1

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What to do with the LAUSD police department? The Los Angeles school board found themselves deeply divided over that issue when they met on Tuesday.

School board disagrees over whether LAUSD needs its own police force

What to do with the LAUSD police department? The Los Angeles school board found themselves deeply divided over that issue when they met on Tuesday.

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When Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte died unexpectedly, the LA Unified School Board was left pretty much divided between three members backed by self-styled reformers and three supported…

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