Galatzan Resolution: Vladovic’s Conduct ‘Has Brought Dishonor’
LA School Report | October 17, 2013
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In her resolution before the LA Unified Board seeking a censure of Board President
Richard Vladovic, Tamar Galatzan asserts that the harassment charges against him amount to “conduct that has brought dishonor to himself, the School Board, and the Los Angeles Unified School District.” And for that, it says, he should be censured.
The resolution also asks that Vladovic “publicly acknowledge what has taken place, take responsibility for his actions, and commit to abiding by District policies and behaving in a professional manner.”
Vladovic has consistently denied the charges, apart from acknowledging that he has raised his voice upon occasion. The charges have come to light in the last few weeks, including assertions of sexual harassment by one of his former secretaries.
Galatzan’s resolution, which comes before the board on Oct. 29, can be read in full by clicking here.
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