Myrna Castrejon

Great Public Schools Now

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Executive Director of the nonprofit Great Public Schools Now

Myrna Castrejon on KCRW

Austin Beutner is the new chief of the Los Angeles public school system. Beutner is a philanthropist, former deputy mayor, former LA Times publisher.

Is Austin Beutner the right pick to lead LA's public schools?

Austin Beutner is the new chief of the Los Angeles public school system. Beutner is a philanthropist, former deputy mayor, former LA Times publisher.

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Last September, a confidential draft memo from an organization called Great Public Schools Now was published by the LA Times.

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A contentious debate has been ramped up again by the leak of a 44-page strategy plan for doubling the number of charter schools in LA Unified.

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A contentious debate has been ramped up again by the leak of a 44-page strategy plan for doubling the number of charter schools in LA Unified.

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