Judith Perez

president of Associated Administrators of Los Angeles, the union representing principals and their assistants

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president of Associated Administrators of Los Angeles, the union representing principals and their assistants

Judith Perez on KCRW

LAUSD superintendent John Deasy resigned this morning. Former superintendent Ray Cortines is stepping in until the school board finds a permanent replacement.

LAUSD Superintendent Deasy Out

LAUSD superintendent John Deasy resigned this morning. Former superintendent Ray Cortines is stepping in until the school board finds a permanent replacement.

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