Tamar Galatzan

LAUSD Board of Education

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Member of the LAUSD School Board of Education, representing the District 3 (San Fernando Valley)

Tamar Galatzan on KCRW

A program supporters call part of the "fabric of Los Angeles" will be on the chopping block at tomorrow's meeting of the Los Angeles School Board.

Adult Education on the LAUSD Chopping Block

A program supporters call part of the "fabric of Los Angeles" will be on the chopping block at tomorrow's meeting of the Los Angeles School Board.

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LA Unified has more charter schools than any other district in the US.

School Reform and LA Unified's Public School Choice Plan

LA Unified has more charter schools than any other district in the US.

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Governor Brown's failure to get tax-hike extensions on the June ballot has created an atmosphere of resignation about what's called an "all-cuts" budget.

Where's the Outrage?

Governor Brown's failure to get tax-hike extensions on the June ballot has created an atmosphere of resignation about what's called an "all-cuts" budget.

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