Julie Washington

Elementary Vice President, United Teachers Los Angeles

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Elementary Vice President at United Teachers Los Angeles

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California's among the states that have changed their laws to meet tonight's deadline for  Race to the Top , President Obama's school-reform program.

Is It Worth Racing to the Top?

California's among the states that have changed their laws to meet tonight's deadline for Race to the Top , President Obama's school-reform program.

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The LA Unified School District faces a budget shortfall of $718 million. Last night the elected board voted to send layoff notices to 5500 teachers.

Holes in the LAUSD Budget Threaten 5500 Teachers

The LA Unified School District faces a budget shortfall of $718 million. Last night the elected board voted to send layoff notices to 5500 teachers.

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