Challenges LAUSD Educators Face


The cost of living has risen 27% since 2008.

California is the richest state in the nation. Nonetheless, it ranks 44 out of 50 states in per-pupil spending.

California Student-to-Psychiatric Social Worker Ratio

Students TK-6 take more than 100 standardized tests in LAUSD


The 287% growth of the charter school industry in Los Angeles since 2008 drains nearly $600 million from our public schools every year.


Fight for tax fairness! The Schools and Communities First (SCF) initiative closes corporate property tax loopholes to reclaim $12 billion annually for our schools, community colleges and public services

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CA is home to great wealth, but despite all our wealth we are failing to invest in our children. Our schools rank 39th in per pupil spending and have the nation’s largest class sizes. #Prop15 will reclaim billions for our schools and communities.

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