Excerpts from this story referencing "Los Angeles":
"… reached unheard of heights, even at the school board level. The race for Los Angeles school board in May 2013 attracted nearly $4 million in spending on reform …"
"… of the pro-reform committee include Bloomberg, StudentsFirst and Broad, a Los Angeles resident. The organization was countered by roughly $2 million from labor …"
"… vocates. Before running for office, Johnson was the executive director of Los Angeles’ Larchmont Schools, a network of charter schools, and before that he was …"
"… ols, and before that he was the executive director of Teach for America in Los Angeles. He now works for the Teach for America-affiliated Leadership for Educatio …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "America":
"… ill,” said Michael Dakduk, executive director of the Student Veterans of America, a Washington, D.C.-based organization. "It's an investment into our milit …"
"… iving for the government's substantial investment.” Student Veterans of America is pursuing a more proactive role. In January, the organization announced …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Jeb Bush":
"… or the Center’s journalistic work. …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "U.S. Department of Education":
"… sis of statistics from more than 72,000 schools that were submitted to the U.S. Department of Education.The grouping of statistics, last gathered nationally in 2006, is called th …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Rick Santorum":
"… o successfully obtain GED certificates instead of diplomas.– Eugene Kiely …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "public systems":
"… ndards. (See the full list of poor and failing schools here)Schools run by public systems on Army installations don’t fare much better: 39 percent fall in the fai …"
"… t task force is evaluating the 159 military base schools operated by local public systems. Only nine months into its work, the task force already has found indicati …"
"… apacity or facility condition deficiencies” at base schools run by local public systems, which Congress passed in April. Among the potential beneficiaries: school …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "White House":
"… most recently when he subpoenaed Sidney Blumenthal, the journalist-turned-White House aide suspected by Starr of leaking negative stories about the independent …"