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Why would a former investment banker want to run Los Angeles schools?

by Lizzie O'Leary May 4, 2018
Austin Beutner is a former investment banker, deputy mayor and publisher. We asked him about what he brings to LAUSD.
“Schools don't have a bottom line, but that doesn't mean you can't measure and hold accountable,” Austin Beutner says. Above, he attends the Alliance for Children's Rights 25th Anniversary Celebration in Beverly Hills, California.
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A student on his way to school walks past a Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school, in Los Angeles, California on February 13, 2009.
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Study finds that for many states, public education funding still hasn’t come back to pre-Recession levels

by Reema Khrais Nov 29, 2017
It’s been a decade since the Great Recession, and while a lot of things in the economy have recovered, state funding for public schools is still lagging behind pre-Recession levels, after accounting for inflation. That’s according to the Center for…

What school principals can learn from CEOs

by Amy Scott Sep 20, 2017
A university program arms school leaders with business skills.
Sundai Riggins is one of 20 school principals enrolled in an executive masters in leadership program at Georgetown University.
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The civil rights divide over charter schools

by Amy Scott Jan 12, 2017
As the charter movement grows, the NAACP has called for a moratorium.
Julieanna Nelson-Saunders, 11, attends KIPP Ujima Village Academy, a public charter middle school in Baltimore.
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