LAUSD Teachers: the New Satanic Serial Child Molesters? by Michael Dunn

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(Mensaje se repite en Español)

(For a national view of public education reform see the end of this blog post)

Although initial written over a month ago, the following repost of this blog that appeared in the Modern School blog seems regrettably more apt than ever.

Attacking teachers' unions, collective bargaining and due process rights, pensions, salaries and privacy has not ended the achievement gap nor mollified the critics of public education. Now the witch hunt for teachers is taking a new and twisted turn for the worse, thanks to several recent and coincidental abuse allegations against Los Angeles Unified School District employees and an orgy of hysterical media reports portraying the problem as rampant and due in part to the teachers union.

While it is, of course, imperative that schools provide safe learning environments and that everyone, including teachers, be held accountable for criminal misconduct, a cluster of child abuse allegations does not an epidemic make. Despite the fact that six L.A. Unified employees have recently booked on suspicion of sex-related crimes, while several others have been removed from duties pending investigations, local law enforcement officials have emphasized that they do not believe there is any increase in abuse or molestation, according to the Los Angeles Times. Rather, there has been improved reporting, as there often is following a high profile case. No one wants to get blamed for permitting abusers to flourish in their schools, so they are on heightened alert, looking more closely at any suspicious behavior, and promptly informing officials. Consequently, numerous teachers are under investigation for hugging "too long," and similar allegations that may or may not be related to abusive behavior.

Nevertheless, LAUSD officials are now releasing information about allegations and pending investigations even before the investigations have been completed and the teachers have been prosecuted or vindicated, thus increasing the sense that molestation and abuse are rampant. In the past, officials withheld such information until after the investigations had been completed and credible charges could be made against the teacher.

Damage Control Through Teacher Control

LAUSD was justifiably worried about its credibility and potential litigation in the wake of the Miramonte scandal. Yet its response of firing the entire staff at Miramonte amounted to collective punishment for the misdeeds of one or two depraved individuals. Likewise, its new policy of publicly revealing accusations and investigations prior to their completion tramples on teachers' privacy and due process rights in hopes of winning a cheap PR victory. Neither policy makes children any safer.

Now, Sup. John Deasy wants to abolish a contractual provision in which unproven allegations of misconduct are removed from teachers' personnel files after four years because it could help the district bust potential bad eggs. The LA Times has contributed to the hysteria by calling it a "union" rule, rather than a collectively agreed upon provision in teachers' contracts, as if the union itself is responsible for the abuse of children.

Both LAUSD and the LA Times have brought up the case of Miramonte Elementary teacher Mark Berndt, who was recently charged with 23 counts of lewd conduct against students. Berndt's file contained nothing about past misconduct despite at least four past allegations against him.

If anything, this case tells us that LAUSD and LAPD were asleep at the wheel. If there had been four or more allegations against the man and he really was a molester, then LAUSD and LAPD should have been able to bust him long ago, particularly if they had four years to do so. This is the real scandal--not the union's desire to protect teachers' privacy and due process rights by purging meritless accusations from their personnel files.

If allegations do not lead to disciplinary action against a teacher, it is reasonable to assume that the allegations were frivolous, vindictive and/or meritless, which is why the contract requires they be thrown out, or they were poorly investigated, in which case eliminating a due process protection would be useless. Holding onto bogus accusations as if they were evidence of something that likely never happened is a classic tactic used by police states and in witch hunts and should not be accepted in lieu of responsible and thorough police work.

Channeling the Satanic Day-Care Molestation Hysteria of the 80s and 90s.

It may turn out that most or all of those currently under investigation in LAUSD are guilty. If so, it is good that they were caught and removed from classrooms. However, the hysteria and demand for teachers' blood that has followed is reminiscent of the Satanic Day-Care Molestation Hysteria of the 1980s and 90s, in which a few bogus accusations led to the arrests and harassment of many innocent people and a mass fear that every little old lady running a preschool was really a wolf in disguise.

The most infamous of these cases involved the McMartin Preschool in Manhattan Beach, California, leading to the longest and most expensive criminal trial in U.S. history and perhaps the most frivolous. From the start, observers and police should have been skeptical of the absurd claims of hidden tunnels, ritualistic animal slaughter, Satan worship, coprophagia, bloodletting and orgies. Furthermore, the credibility of the McMartin's accuser, Judy Johnson, was suspect as she was a diagnosed schizophrenic and chronic alcoholic.

Rather than doing its job of investigating, questioning and critiquing with a skeptical eye, the media simply aped back the ridiculous allegations with prurient delight, thus pandering to the public's lusts and fears, exacerbating parents' anxieties about their children's safety and creating mistrust of all preschools and day care centers.

The suspicion and mistrust lasted nearly two decades. In 1992, for example, a mother in Martensville, Saskatchewan, alleged that a local babysitting service was sexually abusing her child. Over twelve people, including five police officers, were ultimately charged with running a Satanic cult called The Brotherhood of The Ram, which supposedly practiced ritualized sexual abuse of children at a "Devil Church." The son of the day care owner was initially found guilty, but a Royal Canadian Mounted Police task force later determined that the original investigation was motivated by "emotional hysteria." The defendants later sued for wrongful prosecution and won $100,000 each.

The hysteria did not end there. In 1994 and 1995, Washington state police and social workers launched what was then the most extensive child sex-abuse investigation in U.S. history, with 43 adults ultimately arrested on 29,726 charges of child sex abuse in. The main witness was the 13-year-old foster daughter of one of the investigating police officers, Robert Perez. In the end, the city of Wenatchee and Douglas County, Washington were found negligent in the investigations, with the jury awarding the accused couple $3 million.

There were several other similar high profile cases during the 1980s and 1990s. Wikipedia provides a good summary of these cases and includes numerous credible sources. Will LAUSD's current abuse scandals lead to a similar national mass hysteria and backlash against teachers and their workplace rights?

Hysteria or Common Sense Defense of Children?

Last week, Sup. Deasy ordered school district officials to go back four years to look for any potential teacher misconduct that should have been reported to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. He also asked principals to review all employee files, including expired ones going back decades, to flag potential issues and alert law enforcement authorities of any cases that weren't but should have been reported. Furthermore, he directed principals to report any allegations they felt had not been addressed appropriately.

While this seems like a common sense protection for children, one might wonder why it hadn't been done before or isn't done regularly. On the other hand, one might reasonably ask why any cases need to be reexamined if they were properly handled in the first place.

Yet even these "common sense" procedures are not so cut and dry. The administrators union is resisting, pointing out that the district never had clear procedures for what went into site files and the procedures for reporting suspected child abuse cases has changed over the years. Furthermore, as site administrators change, personal files tend to go with them or get discarded. Since these files are unofficial and "personal," there is no reason why they should be expected to be saved or passed on to future administrators.

UTLA, for its part, is keeping quiet on the issue, probably out of fear that anything they say will be used to portray them as defenders of abusers. The question is will they resist Deasy's demand that unproven allegations remain in teachers' files indefinitely.

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This site was launched in March 2008, with Dick and Sharon doing most of the writing. Today, a host of gifted writers contribute to the LA Progressive's daily offering which typically amounts to about 45 articles a week. Dick and Sharon continue to write for as well as edit and publish the LA Progressive and distribute its daily e-news each morning.

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Assistant Professor of English at Riverside Community College and former high school English teacher. She is the author of Teacher at Point Blank and has been a teacher of English and literature in California since 1991. Her writing on intersections of gender, violence, and education has appeared in the Los Angeles Times as well as literary venues including Hotel Amerika, Fourth Genre, River Teeth, Ninth Letter, Memoir(and), Bitter Oleander, and Green Mountains Review. Her essay, "Recovering Teacher," won the NCTE 2009 Donald Murray Prize, and other selections of her work have received a Pushcart Special Mention as well as Notable listings in Best American Essays 2009 and 2010. As an independent researcher, Jo authored and published the most extensive study to-date of Adams v. LAUSD, a nearly 10-year legal case of student-on-teacher sexual harassment, in (Re)Interpretations: The Shapes of Justice in Women's Experience (Cambridge Scholars Press). Jo values the aesthetic, political, and socially transformative powers of literary narrative--especially to dispel unhealthy silences and witness cultural blindspots. She works currently as an assistant professor of English at Riverside Community College in SoCal, and her book, Teacher at Point Blank (Aunt Lute 2010), has been selected as a Great Read for Fall 2010 by Ms. Magazine. Punk rock? Yes. Hockey games? Yes. Coffee? Always black. Find Jo on the web at and on Twitter @joscottcoe.

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Betsy Combier's blog
is a jewel that chronicles the corruption in NYC's Dept of Educations (DOE)  . She has accomplished a wonderful piece of journalism, and created one of the rare places where corrupt educational governance is chronicled and revealed

Professor Samuel Culbert Los Angeles, California
is a professor at the UCLA Andersen School of Business who also teaches in the Education Department's Principals' Leadership Institute. Check out the following 3 minutes on ABC News

Stuart Goldurs Los Angeles, Califonia
Don't send LAUSD Librarians to the Inquisition, send the downtown bureaucrats
Tests, What Are They Good For? Absolutely Nothing!
LAUSD students to attend school on contaminated land, again!
Some schools teach only to the tests, so how are the students being prepared for the next grade and for life?
New LAUSD superintendent adds six-figure positions to management team

Has been a teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District for 30 years. He is greatly aware of the district waste, large bureaucracy, and other major issues of the time. He started his blog with the sole purpose of informing the world about the truths of education in LAUSD. E-mail him at:

LAUSD has selected a new Superintendent of Schools

Karen Horwitz Chicago, Illinois

Former award winning teacher who co-founded NAPTA, National Association for the Prevention of Teacher Abuse, and wrote the book White Chalk Crime: The REAL Reason Schools Fail to expose how teacher harassment and terrorization maintains a system of deeply hidden corruption. Disposing of dedicated teachers forms the core of the White Chalk Criminal's agenda since dedication and white collar crime do not mix. Given that all agree that good teachers are essential to good teaching, a system that cannot tolerate good teachers is worthless. This is what we have in place. With Bernie Madoff-like leaders - he was as much about investing as our school leaders are about educating - anointed with unlimited power, including the ability to fill the airwaves with propaganda, education is no longer about education. It is about money and power for those who play a very corrupt game and with an agenda of privatizing schools so their power will increase. (Privatization may have merits. NAPTA does not take a position on that. But privatizing a system that is rotten to its core - where quality teaching cannot survive, where a cover up of pretense that they do not know this despite so many of us reporting these truths prevails - documents that those advocating privatization cannot be trusted! It shows they want our schools for their own interests, not the children, nor the community.)  NAPTA welcomes parents, teachers, students, citizens or anyone who understands that without a real system of education, we no longer have a democracy. Membership is free. Go to:  or Become educated about what is going on.

Jerry Mintz Director
Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO)
417 Roslyn Rd., Roslyn Hts., NY  11577

For those of you who cannot wait for corrupt public education to be turned around, AERO offers an excellent source to get connected with viable alternatives right now.
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Susan Ohanian Charlotte, Vermont
She is a longtime public school teacher who, after 20 years, became staff writer for a teacher magazine and then went freelance. I've maintained a website of activism for nearly 9 years--ever since the passage of NCLB. People can subscribe to the website and then they get updates about new content. I answer all the mail I get through the website and with the answer, people have my e-mail.  I also try to stir things up on Twitter, though I find this medium frustrating. I have a Facebook page--just so people can find me. I don't initiate anything on it, The website keeps me busy.

Susan Lee Schwartz Suffern, New York

Susan studied literacy education, English literature, and fine arts and holds a BA ('63) and MS ('65) from Brooklyn College, and has the equivalent of two master's degrees, earned in graduate studies of literacy, arts and education. She taught literacy skills and art, for four decades in NYC in elementary and secondary school.  In 1998 she won the New York State English Council (NYSEC) Educator of Excellence Award  for her successful teacher practice, studied by Harvard  and the LRDC at the University of Pittsburgh for the New Standards research. At the end of her research, her unique curriculum was selected by the LRDC to be used in their national staff development seminars for school superintendents. She was among six teachers -- from among the thousands across the nation-- observed during the research project, and her teaching practice met all the  principles of learning. In the nineties, she rose to prominence in national educational circles, while teaching at a new magnet school, East Side Middle School. The reading scores of her seventh grade students were at the top of the city, and on the first ELA, which two thirds of city students failed, her former students (then in the eight grade) were TENTH IN THE STATE.

 She writes often about what she learned about the genuine standards for learning, in an attempt to begin a national conversation about the authentic standards, so that there can be genuine reform. Her experience that ended her fine career in the NYC Public Schools has led her to write about the process that removed the top educators, silencing the voices of the classroom practitioners who would not accept anti-learning policies. Her essay here on Perdaily,  is one that describes this process. Read more as she talks about education, literacy  and learning on her site, from the perspective of the experienced teacher-practitioner of pedagogy. She is the voice of dedicated and talented classroom teachers who know why the schools are failing.

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Professor of English Emeritus--SUNY, College at Cortland (1968-2005)
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"I know first hand the financial, personal, emotional and physical damage that can result when school administrators, the Montana Education Association and the National Education Association put their own interests above the students, teachers and the taxpayers of the State of Montana My files contain mountains of paperwork including depositions, declarations of truth, notarized documents and exhibits resulting from an arduous legal process that finally ended when the Havre (Montana) School District settled two lawsuits - a Federal suit and one filed in State District Court. These documents also include a letter from a union representative stating, " This is nothing more than a witch hunt." Yet the union continued to allow the school administration to harass, bully and bring harm to me.
These two lawsuits resulted from a single incident that, had it been handled differently and under the light of public scrutiny, would not have snowballed into awards of more than $200,000 worth of damages. Funds that eventually came from the taxpayers' pockets. Ironically, as a taxpayer in Hill County, my family and I are helping to pay for the damages awarded to me. This covered the attorneys' fees. The settlement did not include my attorney fees, however the district, insurance and taxpayers paid the defendants attorney bills, which exceeded mine. The settlement was made on March 2, 2006."

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Democracy Now
Impact of urban school characteristics on teachers' classroom practice
How race, class, and gender mediate academic achievement
Teachers' work and the school as a workplace. Effects of changes in global political economy on teaching, teachers, and school


05 2012


From Roque Burio Jr., the lemon who can dance and can sing, here is my song entitled the kangaroo Court Justice: Before the Kangaroo Court of LAUSD. In the matter of no appeal of the respondents John Hamilton y Miramonte y Does, by the authority of mob number of the majority vote of this Kangaroo Court you are hereby guilty and dismissed, and there is no need of due process of law, no heed of presentation of evidence, no need of witnesses, no need of legal basis, no need to wait for judgment of the independent Superior Court of Los Angeles, no need of your civil rights, and that mere accusation is enough. Hah, ha, ha
Indeed the Kangaroo justice is swift and very effective to deprive you of your life, liberty, and property including your job. He, he, he, he. The whole world is amazed by this new form of LAUSD justice. Members of the Judicial and Legislative departments of the state and federal governments and of course Papa Brown are so furious with their most intense passion and jealousy. More hah, ha, ha and more he, he, he.
Please beam all of your lights on this Kangaroo Court, and more applause for its crowning achievement in bringing perverted justice to teachers and students and parents. He, he, he.
By the way, here is a brotherly love song for good man Bro. Obama. Thank you for your relief of ordering the school districts to start rehiring teachers.
But a hoola hoop is out of dance steps, he perversely desires the hard earned--from long time good works-- retirement and monthly pensions of teachers for one act of misconduct. It seems I remember that I heard that in the party they wanted to keep him in the box steps. Goodbye hoola Hoop, teachers will not forget, you are really out of your dance steps.

From Roque Burio Jr. Here is another song on the delay of teacher dismissal caused by the Paper monster LAUSD. Oh, come on. The law on crimes is easily and speedily enforced. Criminal justice system is accurate and fast in California. However the LAUSD will not report to the District Attorney the commission of crimes for it likes to use these crimes of teachers as bargains for obtaining additional funding and for paying its favorite private lawyers pursuing more an administrative case instead of criminal one.
If a teacher commits misconduct which could be crime then let the Criminal Justice System takes over, and if the teacher is guilty, he is convicted in less than a month and he can therefore immediately be dismissed from teaching. LAUSD causes the delay for some ulterior reasons or in short for money.

From Roque Burio Jr., the lemon who can dance but can also sing, here is my song entitled LAUSD ominous song for Mr. Deasy, Holmquist, and Fletcher: Hooray, hooray, hooray the bad rumors are spreading like the Waldman fires of teachers’ misconducts, that LAUSD is fallen as in the writings on the wall, the State is taking over this dismayingly financially and academically and morally failing school district, only skeletal force will remain hence all fat men and fleshy women are dismissed and only thin cute men and slender petite women will remain. He, he, he, and more he, he, he. It is true folks believe me, wait a little time soon. Goodbye in advance Paper Monster LAUSD, goodbye Reign of Terror.

Here is my song for Mr. Deasy, David Holmquist, and Warren Fletcher: entitled dizziness in protecting students: He, he, he and more he, he, students are not and cannot be protected from the crimes that have already happened.
The only people to be blamed for failure to protect students are those bad managers and bad administrators who were either sleeping or sitting in their offices and seldom visited the campus and classrooms of all teachers every day.
They usually visit vigilantly their targeted teachers and forget others, especially their favorite ones. Therefore, Mr. Deasy please require your administrators to keep daily and hourly log books of their activities in the schools and the classrooms that they visit and then you could surely protect the students from crimes being committed or about to be committed. He, he, he. Is it not that the right preventive approach is to make your administrators: principals, and vice principals vigilantly circulate in the schools? He, he, he, and hah, hah, hah. Very simple, Hah? Why try the hard way of being judicial and legislative in preventing crimes in the schools, heh? There are enough laws on crimes, why would you want to add more? He, he, he, he.

From Roque Burio Jr., the lemon who can dance and can also sing: Here is my song for Mr. Deasy and Holmquist entitled “Playing the tough guys.” Hey, hey Mr. Deasy and Holmquist are you really going to fight the ruling of Judge Terry Green? Oh no, no, no and no. Can both of you really dance and sting like bees? But of course you cannot sing about yourselves, eh? He, he, he.
I remember you promised to fight Papa Brown before but I never saw you dancing in any Superior Court, remember?
Why not give some cuts to the charter school the alter ego and offspring of LAUSD? He, he, he, and he, he. Oh boys what a real show, like backyard wrestling?
Smile boys, I will watch your fight with Judge Terry Green. No backing out, okay? He, he, he and more hah, hah, hah.

From Roque Burio Jr., the lemon who can dance and can also sing. Here is my song to your recent inconsistency Mr. Deasy: You said that Berndt settled for money so you can no longer prosecute him. Oh heaven forgive you Deasy. I heard that it was your dismayingly failing LAUSD that offered him money for settlement of your false accusations against him—that made the politicians believe that most of your or LAUSD accusations against teachers were false and fabricated lies. Many of the taxpayers, citizens and American peoples no longer believe yours and LAUSD statements against teachers. You could fool nobody anymore Deasy. Talk straight, consistently and please remains honest—that is why you lost the Teacher misconduct Bill.

From Roque Burio Jr, the lemon who can dance and can also sing. Here is my song; The LAUSD must be dismantled to city schools, smaller school districts, and private schools. It is always negligent if not committing unfairness, injustice to teachers and students. Its false accusations substantiated with fabricated false statements of facts against teachers have now boomerang to its face. Nine thousands incidences of child abuse misconducts ranging from verbal harassment, physical violence and brutality, and horrible sex perversions of innocent school children. There is no remedy but to dismantle this shameful and tyrant paper monster.

An Open Letter for Mr. Deasy and Mr. Holmquist.
From Roque Burio, Jr, the lemon who can dance but can also sing. Here is the counter challenge song for you Holmquist who has challenged me about two or three years ago that you want to see me in Court with all of your lawyers to settle once and for all that your mother company LAUSD has been right in accusing and charging me of about one hundred misconducts. Mr. Holmquist and Mr. Deasy do not hesitate to send all of those allegations of Mrs. Ekchian to the Commission and let us see if you could really prove that LAUSD and Mrs. Ekchian had been right.
I called the Commission on Teacher 1Credentialing a few days ago and I was told that neither of you has ever sent anything else except the notice of my separation from your dismayingly failing school district and with my name and the settlement agreement that I signed that I would not sue the LAUSD and its employees, particularly those administrators and those newly migrated teachers for falsely accusing me – in-- that settlement agreement in exchange for money that I badly needed at that time. At our initial encounter, I think I won already in at that stage. There might really be misconducts and probably you could win this time considering that the lawyer whom I was about to hire ran away like a rat, as your lawyers said. He confessed to me that the LAUSD wanted me to be left alone on my own defense but you offered me settlement instead; hence, this time no settlement anymore and I will be alone. Okay?
Come on Holmquist; are you so scared to find the truth that you are part of the conspiracy that falsely accused me and other old and veteran and innocent teachers? Are you scared that my case may go to the Supreme Court? And the Court will find that you as an officer of the Court being a lawyer may have been obstructing justice and even unethically conniving with those evil and maniacal minds to commit injustice against me and other teachers? You know very well that you have no evidence against me and yet you let Mrs. Ekchian to file those cases.
As officer of the Court you must have protected us and the rule of law. I think your only option now is to resign and retire Holmquist—that will be very acceptable to me.
Again, I emphatically reiterate to you Holmquist to expedite the hearing of those misconducts as alleged by Ekchian and others against me. Come on, prove those Ekchian allegations against me, and come on prove them, prove them, once and for all Holmquist. And if you cannot, then, let justice prevail.
The voters will never give funding to LAUSD if you cannot prove those several hundreds of allegations of misconducts against me and other teachers. November election is fast approaching Mr. Deasy and Holmquist. It seems to me that the voters no longer believe in the LAUSD anymore. It seems to me that you will lose in the November election. Long live liberty and justice for all. Long live city schools and private schools, and down with the tyrant paper monster.
Do not worry Mr. Deasy and Holmquist, if I win in the Commission as before—remember a long time ago? You can still appeal to the Superior Court on many of the legal issues that I might raise against your district. Now you must be becoming really interested to meet with me even in a quasi judicial body—I mean your proposed Educational Reform Law has no teeth without case laws. Mr. Warren Fletcher of UTLA the puppet partner was defeated in the students’ test scores in correlation with teachers’ performances.
See you in the Commission with your complaints of misconducts. Please give me a day or two in that Commission, just to show you that your complaints are false and fabricated false statements of facts. Are you doing your homework Holmquist to convince me and the Commission that I might have committed misconducts? He, he, he, and more he, he, he. Smile Mr. Deasy and Holmquist. See you soon.

From Roque Burio Jr, the lemon who can dance but can also sing. Here is my song for the paper monster the LAUSD and its evil friends. Hey, hey, hey, for one snake in the forest, the evil friends and the paper monster will sacrifice the rule of law, the constitution, the due process of law, and the presumption of innocence of the accused teachers until proven otherwise. This is the new façade of the paper monster to cover up its financial and academic failures. Long live democracy, long live the rule of law, long live the students, parents and teachers, and down with the paper monster and its evil friends.

From Roque Burio Jr. one of the lemons who can dance but can also sing. Here is my song for the lawyers who are talking out of their ignorance or lack of knowledge on how teachers become tenured at least in LAUSD. Teachers are evaluated by their principals for at least three years or more consecutive years and under the very rigorous observations of administrators. If after those three years or more they come out satisfactory, then they become tenured or permanent. The tenure status of teachers is never automatic as these lawyers are trying to mislead the public. Also all those tenured teachers must have professional Clear Credential issued by the State of California. My email is if you need more information lawyers.

From Roque Burio Jr., here is a song for LAUSD on continually making false accusations and false charges and fraudulent publicity against several hundreds of innocent teachers. In spite of the innumerable allegations of this dismayingly failing school district against its teachers, it has never criminally charged nor found guilty anyone of these poor teachers who suffer from trial of publicity and are condemned guilty without the benefit of independent court trial or even of the administrative Court.
No teachers --not even one -- in the history of LAUSD has been found guilty in any Court in relations to any complaints made by this failing school district-- although it has spent several millions of dollars in falsely persecuting its teachers., It is all about money and greed.
The secret joint project of LAUSD and UTLA against us teachers was calculated to cover up the financial and academic failures of this school district and to use us teachers as escape goats of its failures.
The LAUSD has always made it appear in the public that many of the teachers are bad to obtain additional funding without explaining how it has been spending its past funding, and to pass the additional taxes to the people without explaining its failure to deliver the proper education to the students. Its other goal in this secret project is to obtain an educational reform that are more anti-teachers so as to gag them from criticizing how this district spent its budget and how it fails to administer and manage its schools for the success of its students. In shorter words, this dismayingly failing school district is trying to inculcate fears among the teachers and like a tyrant dictator it is nothing but a paper monster. Long live democracy, long live teachers, long live students and parents, and down with that paper monsters.
Workers, teachers, students, and parents unite for the successful education.

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