Rene Gonzalez

Assistant Superintendent for Health and Human Services, LAUSD

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Assistant Superintendent for Health and Human Services at the LAUSD, in charge of inter-district permits

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Some 12,200 students who live within the boundaries of the Los Angeles Unified School District have chosen to attend other public schools outside. Not any more.

Parents in Uproar as LAUSD Ends Inter-district Transfers

Some 12,200 students who live within the boundaries of the Los Angeles Unified School District have chosen to attend other public schools outside. Not any more.

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