Marshall Tuck

Senior Advisor on Education to Mayor Villaraigosa

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Senior advisor on education to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa; challenger running for State Superintendent for Public Education

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The Governor of California appoints the State Board of Education, which sets policy.

California Democrats Duke It Out for Schools Chief

The Governor of California appoints the State Board of Education, which sets policy.

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Test scores are in for  LA Unified ,  Green Dot  charter schools and Mayor Villaraigosa's  Partnership for Los Angeles  schools.

Los Angeles Schools Get Their Test Scores

Test scores are in for LA Unified , Green Dot charter schools and Mayor Villaraigosa's Partnership for Los Angeles schools.

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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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