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…

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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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