Mark Gonzalez

Social Studies Teacher at Jordan High School

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After a long, hard campaign by  Mayor Villaraigosa , parents and teachers at  seven high and middle school campuses  provided the votes for his “Partnership for Los Angeles Schools.”

The Villaraigosa Unified School District

After a long, hard campaign by Mayor Villaraigosa , parents and teachers at seven high and middle school campuses provided the votes for his “Partnership for Los Angeles Schools.”

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