Vicky Montes

English teacher and department chair at Bravo Medical Magnet School

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English teacher and department chair at Bravo Medical Magnate near County USC between Boyle Heights and Lincoln Heights; former literacy coach at Marshall High School in Los Feliz and a 13-year veteran of the Los Angeles Unified School District

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LA Unified School District announced today that it’s reached a salary agreement with the teachers union (UTLA), which came after a state-appointed fact finder recommended a 6 percent…

LAUSD teachers prepare for a possible strike

LA Unified School District announced today that it’s reached a salary agreement with the teachers union (UTLA), which came after a state-appointed fact finder recommended a 6 percent…

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John Deasy Survives at the LAUSD

Past superintendents of LA schools have been controversial, but John Deasy has set a new standard. Unionized teachers gave him a 91% vote of "no confidence."

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Almost half the members of LA Unified's teachers' union have voted " no confidence " in reform-minded Superintendent John Deasy. Out of 33,000 members, the count was 16,040 to 1,647.

Grown-Ups Continue the Battle over Educating Children

Almost half the members of LA Unified's teachers' union have voted " no confidence " in reform-minded Superintendent John Deasy. Out of 33,000 members, the count was 16,040 to 1,647.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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