LEARN -- 'A Plan of Daring Imperfections' : L.A. Unified: The proposal to reform the district is a chance to reclaim public education for the next generation. ROBERT E. WYCOFF, Robert E. Wycoff, of the California Business Roundtable and ARCO and chairman of LEARN, wrote this article on behalf of the organization's working group. They include Roy A. Anderson of Lockheed Corp., 2000 Partnership; Helen F. Bernstein of the United Teachers of Los Angeles; Maria Casillas of the Los Angeles Unified School District; Walter Backstrom of Service Employees Int'l, Local 99; Virgil Roberts of Dick Griffey Production/Solar Records, LAEP , Mike Roos of LEARN, Eli Brent of Associated Administrators Los Angeles; Rosalinda Lugo of the Southern California IAF Network (UNO, SCOC, EVO, VOICE); John W. Mack of Los Angeles Urban League and the Black Leadership Coalition on Education; William G. Ouchi of the Anderson graduate School of Management, UCLA, and Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics; Leticia Quezada, president of the Los Angeles Board of Education; Phillip L. Williams of Times Mirror Co., the California Chamber of Commerce and Workforce LA, and Sid Thompson of LAUSD.
The Issue: Using Abatement Laws to Stop Drug Trade : AGAINST: GIDEON KANNER Gideon Kanner, 63, is professor of law emeritus at Loyola Law School and is affiliated with the law firm of Crosby, Heafey, Roach & May. He is a widely recognized authority on eminent domain and property law, and has recently written articles critical of narcotics abatement lawsuits for national publications. He lives in Burbank.