“Is creating and condoning a Campaign of Hate toward one’s opponent the right answer for Vladovic in attacking Lydia Gutiérrez?”
After a recent poll conducted by the Charter School Association in LAUSD District 7 that showed Lydia Gutiérrez leading 37% to Vladovic’s 34%, the Vladovic “Money Machine,” already spending half a million dollars, has resorted to more aggressively attacking Lydia Gutiérrez with distortions of the truth and making her personal religious beliefs an issue—just another indication that Vladovic’s campaign is in trouble.Read more
LA Times and Daily News just came out with their endorsement, and this is what they had to say about Richard Vladovic who is running for a 3rd time and has already proven his expertise at wasting taxpayer money and rehired a superintendent who has been accused of alleged sexual harassment:Read more
In Memory of the 100 year Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
It is always painful to remember a dark time in history when man shows he’s capable of horrific evil.Read more
Teachers call $1.3-billion dollar iPad buy a FIASCO, but still are willing to give Richard Vladovic a third strike to rip-off our children.
A group calling itself “Political Action Council of Educators” hasn’t learned that when a School Board member participates in wasting $1.3-billion dollars on iPads, and the FBI shows up to investigate possible misappropriation of funds, maybe that Board member should NOT be re-elected.
Dear Ms. Sarah Angel, Managing Regional Director, Greater Los Angeles
When you sent your email about filling out your questionnaire, I thought you were sincere when you told me there was a distinction between the two groups, California Charter School Association (CCSA) and CCSA Advocates.Read more
"I am a former Senior Class President and current college student -- I am not a politician and neither is Lydia Gutierrez, she's an active teacher inside the classroom.... Teachers know the classroom better than anyone. There is no doubt in my mind that because of her commitment to students and their future, Lydia is the ideal person to serve on school board. Not only can Lydia achieve academic excellence for students and, therefore, cultivate success after graduation but she will do so in a fiscally responsible fashion for all community stakeholders. This March, I encourage my friends within LAUSD to vote for Lydia Gutierrez, thanks!"
When charges were filled against LAUSD for not enforcing policy in protecting children from sexual predators, i.e. Mark Berndt, LAUSD School Board decided to hire 2 law firms, Sedgwick and Andrade, at $350 to $460 an hour, spending over $7 million dollars and still counting, to litigate the Miramonte Elementary School Case. LAUSD ignored its own lawyers, who bill at $150 to $175 an hour, and have had the experience of litigating cases like this.