Jackie Goldberg

LAUSD board member

Guest

Former Democratic Assemblywoman representing California's 45th District in Los Angeles; former member of the Los Angeles City Council, former LAUSD School Board president, and a former teacher

Jackie Goldberg on KCRW

LAUSD Board member Jackie Goldberg already expects legal pushback to the vaccine mandate for LAUSD students. “Yes we’re assuming we will be sued. … It will be settled in court.

We’ll try to keep your kids safe, regardless of your politics: LAUSD’s Jackie Goldberg on vax mandate

LAUSD Board member Jackie Goldberg already expects legal pushback to the vaccine mandate for LAUSD students. “Yes we’re assuming we will be sued. … It will be settled in court.

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In Austin Beutner's farewell speech on Monday, he said LAUSD is “well on the path to recovery” after a turbulent year.

LAUSD’s Austin Beutner ends his term today. How will he be remembered?

In Austin Beutner's farewell speech on Monday, he said LAUSD is “well on the path to recovery” after a turbulent year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

KCRW talks with LAUSD board member Jackie Goldberg and UCLA's Dr. Alice Kuo.

Some pediatricians say kids can return to schools without all teachers vaccinated. LAUSD and UTLA disagree

KCRW talks with LAUSD board member Jackie Goldberg and UCLA's Dr. Alice Kuo.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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