Yolie Flores Aguilar

Communities for Teaching Excellence

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President and Chief Executive of Communities for Teaching Excellence; former member of Los Angeles Unified School District Board, representing the Northeast, Southeast and Eastside of Los Angeles

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President Obama's Education Secretary Arne Duncan has encouraged states to compete for education reform money under the program called  Race to the Top .

Can Education Reformers Bypass UTLA and Governor Brown?

President Obama's Education Secretary Arne Duncan has encouraged states to compete for education reform money under the program called Race to the Top .

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Mayor Villaraigosa says the LA Unified School District has delivered " a terrible blow to reform ."

Does LA Unified Really Want School Reform?

Mayor Villaraigosa says the LA Unified School District has delivered " a terrible blow to reform ."

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The chief of the California Charter Schools Association calls it a “once in a generation opportunity.” The teacher's union calls it illegal.

LAUSD Votes to Hand Over Schools to Charter Groups

The chief of the California Charter Schools Association calls it a “once in a generation opportunity.” The teacher's union calls it illegal.

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