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April 16, 1993 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While acknowledging that the Los Angeles school district needs reform, a district official has disputed whether a separate Carson district could do better. "I think education reform is more than just a word," said Daniel Lawson, the Los Angeles Unified School District administrator of the region that covers Carson. "I think all districts recognize that there has to be continuous reforms. Los Angeles recognizes that there has to be reform. "Accountability needs to be shifted to the local school.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1998
The Torrance Unified School District, which has failed to win approval of an $80.5-million school bond measure three times in the last year, will hold a community forum to discuss the maintenance problems that exist at the district's 31 schools. District officials plan to review where the maintenance money has been spent over the last decade and the repairs needed at each facility. They also plan to address the concerns of residents.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1998
The Torrance Unified School District, which has failed to win approval of an $80.5-million school bond measure three times in the last year, will hold a community forum to discuss the maintenance problems that exist at the district's 31 schools. District officials plan to review where the maintenance money has been spent over the last decade and the repairs needed at each facility. They also plan to address the concerns of residents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 1993 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While acknowledging that the Los Angeles school district needs reform, a district official has disputed whether a separate Carson district could do better. "I think education reform is more than just a word," said Daniel Lawson, the Los Angeles Unified School District administrator of the region that covers Carson. "I think all districts recognize that there has to be continuous reforms. Los Angeles recognizes that there has to be reform. "Accountability needs to be shifted to the local school.
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