Nick Melvoin

Vice President of the L.A.U.S.D. Board of Education

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Written by Amy Ta, produced by Caitlin Plummer and Alex Tryggvadottir  
  LAUSD is facing scrutiny from teachers, the union, and the public as the strike continues into day three.…

LAUSD board VP says there’s no secret plot to expand charters

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Caitlin Plummer and Alex Tryggvadottir LAUSD is facing scrutiny from teachers, the union, and the public as the strike continues into day three.…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A school board race in West LA is on track to be the most expensive school board race in the nation. More than $5 million has been poured into the contest. Most of it is outside money.

Melvoin v. Zimmer for LA School Board District 4

A school board race in West LA is on track to be the most expensive school board race in the nation. More than $5 million has been poured into the contest. Most of it is outside money.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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