Jason Felch

Los Angeles Times

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Investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times and co-author, with Ralph Frammolino, of Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt for Looted Antiquities at the World's Richest Museum

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After two years without senior leadership, the  Getty Trust  is now fully staffed at the top.  James Cuno has been President and CEO since last August, and  Timothy Potts  will become…

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As the antiquities curator of the Getty Museum, Marion True was the first American museum official to face foreign charges of conspiring to traffic in looted art.

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So-called "value-added analysis" is being used all over the country as a measurement of public school-teacher performance.  It is strongly promoted by President Obama's  Race to the…

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