LA Unified’s school board members want a new superintendent they can all support. They would like to get a unanimous decision, as it was with Michelle King’s selection two years ago. They also want public input on the choice and to have a new leader in place by the time school starts in August. “Yes, I would like to see it be unanimous,” board President Mónica García said about the next pick for superintendent.
LA Unified’s school board can begin the search for a new superintendent immediately, the district’s lead attorney said this week, and the board president said members will hold weekly discussions as they move to bring stability to a district that has had nine superintendents in 20 years. The school board held its first meeting of the new year Tuesday without any public discussion of Superintendent Michelle King’s announcement last week that she will retire or what the next steps might be.
California’s plan to improve its schools received some of the toughest criticism in the nation from the federal Department of Education, which came as no surprise to parents and education advocates, who will get another chance this week to tell the state how they want their schools improved. On Tuesday, the state has invited to the public to a stakeholder meeting in Sacramento to weigh in on California’s response to the federal feedback, which the state board published Friday.
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Selecting a term
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