Karin Klein

Los Angeles Times

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Editorial writer for the Los Angeles Times, covering education, and parent of a high school junior

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John Deasy has resigned as Superintendent of LA Unified, and Interim successor Ramon Cortines says the District can't afford to continue Deasy's discredited program of…

After the iPads: What's Next for LA Unified?

John Deasy has resigned as Superintendent of LA Unified, and Interim successor Ramon Cortines says the District can't afford to continue Deasy's discredited program of…

from Which Way, L.A.?

John Deasy has been Superintendent of LA Unified for three and a half years—weathering storms over iPads and, most recently, a disaster in class scheduling.

Will LA Unified Flunk Its Superintendent?

John Deasy has been Superintendent of LA Unified for three and a half years—weathering storms over iPads and, most recently, a disaster in class scheduling.

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As the father of children in New York public schools, comedian Louis CK has become a poster-parent for protest against  Common Core .

Common Core: For Better or Worse

As the father of children in New York public schools, comedian Louis CK has become a poster-parent for protest against Common Core .

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