Roy Romer

Retiring Superintendent of the LAUSD

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Roy Romer on KCRW

Roy Romer was  Governor of Colorado  and Chair of the  National Democratic Committee  before he became the  Superintendent  of the  LA Unified School District .  Today, he appeared…

So Long, Superintendent Romer

Roy Romer was Governor of Colorado and Chair of the National Democratic Committee before he became the Superintendent of the LA Unified School District .  Today, he appeared…

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