Marlene Canter

Member, Los Angeles Unified School Board

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Member and former president of the Board for the Los Angeles Unified School District

Marlene Canter on KCRW

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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The Mayor’s plan to take partial control of  Los Angeles Unified School District  is unconstitutional—even though it was passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor.  That’s…

Another Court Says 'No' to Mayor Villaraigosa

The Mayor’s plan to take partial control of Los Angeles Unified School District is unconstitutional—even though it was passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor.  That’s…

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