Julie Van Winkle

Math and Science Teacher, John Liechty Middle School

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7th grade math and science teacher at John Liechty Middle School in the Pico-Union area of Los Angeles

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The State Senate is about to hold hearings on restructuring government to make it more efficient.  In the meantime, service providers and school administrators are “transforming” their…

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The State Senate is about to hold hearings on restructuring government to make it more efficient.  In the meantime, service providers and school administrators are “transforming” their…

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