Naush Boghossian

Education Reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News

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Mayor Villaraigosa today urged a big vote in districts he wants for the project he calls  the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools .  He now needs the support of parents and teachers.

Teachers and Parents to Decide Tuesday whether to join Villaraigosa in School Reform

Mayor Villaraigosa today urged a big vote in districts he wants for the project he calls the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools .  He now needs the support of parents and teachers.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Voters have told pollsters that LA’s most important local issue is education.  But in the March School Board primaries, less than ten percent of those registered bothered to  vote . …

Voters Go the Polls Tuesday in School Board Elections

Voters have told pollsters that LA’s most important local issue is education.  But in the March School Board primaries, less than ten percent of those registered bothered to vote . …

from Which Way, L.A.?

With just 7% voter turnout in  yesterday's election , all the incumbent LA City Council members who were up this year were re-elected.

Independents Barred from Republican Primary

With just 7% voter turnout in yesterday's election , all the incumbent LA City Council members who were up this year were re-elected.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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