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Morning Read: Will L.A. election date change help special interests?

LA School Report | March 3, 2015



Opponents of election date measures worry only special interests will benefit
Charter Amendment 1 and Charter Amendment 2 would only benefit deep-pocketed special interests, opponents say. City News Service


The Times’ L.A. city election ballot endorsements
Voters in Los Angeles head to the polls Tuesday. Los Angeles Times


LAUSD board president outpacing challengers in finances, endorsements
Vladovic is the only incumbent in Tuesday’s primary election who has attracted the support of an array of union groups and school reform advocates. KPCC


Narbonne girls basketball kicked out of playoffs for pink on uniforms
The Los Angeles City Section has bounced the Harbor City school team out of the playoffs. Los Angeles Times


New state preschool funding is having an impact
A once-empty preschool in south San Jose is now filled with 44 children. Ed Source


Commentary: L.A. school board expanding into ‘social justice’
The Los Angeles Unified school board is on a new “social justice” tack these day. Los Angeles Times

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