Officials release vote on Supt. Deasy’s job evaluation
LA School Report | November 19, 2013
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Via The Los Angeles Times | By Howard Blume
L.A. schools Supt. John Deasy received a positive job evaluation last month from the Board of Education by a vote of 5-1 with one member abstaining, the Los Angeles Unified School District announced Tuesday.
The district had previously refused to disclose the vote, but yielded this week, in an apparent response to a demand from The Times.
Board members endorsing Deasy were board President Richard Vladovic, Steve Zimmer, Monica Garcia, Tamar Galatzan and Bennett Kayser. The opposing vote was cast by Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte. Monica Ratliff abstained.
The Oct. 29 evaluation happened in the context of a weeklong leadership crisis that began with Deasy himself, when he told some insiders and district leaders that he intended to resign. Read full story here.
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