CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1993 |
Three past or present schoolteachers from the San Fernando Valley, one of them a former president of the teachers union, will challenge incumbent Mark Slavkin for the new Westside-West Valley seat on the Los Angeles school board this spring. Slavkin's stiffest competition was eliminated recently when Julie Korenstein, a board member who lives in Porter Ranch, announced that she will move to the mid-Valley and run for the seat being vacated by longtime board member Roberta L. Weintraub.
April 11, 1993 |
In the new District 4, which stretches from Chatsworth to Westchester, incumbent Mark Slavkin is seeking a return to the Los Angeles Board of Education on the strength of his political support on the Westside. About 60% of the district's voters live south of Mulholland Drive. That is good for Slavkin, who represented the Westside exclusively until last year's reapportionment put him in a district that includes West Los Angeles and the western San Fernando Valley.
April 15, 1993 |
The three-way race for the Westside seat on the Los Angeles school board offers something for everyone. The candidates, all well-qualified, have diverse backgrounds and diverse views on virtually every issue facing the city's floundering public education system: One wants to break up the school district, another is vehemently opposed, while a third falls somewhere in-between with a plan to restructure it into complexes of schools.
April 11, 1993
CONTENDERS Douglas Michael Lasken, 47, of Woodland Hills is a second-grade teacher at Ramona Elementary School in Los Angeles. He holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Minnesota and a master's degree in educational administration from National University of San Diego. He ran for Los Angeles Community College District Office No. 7 in 1986. Mark David Slavkin, 31, of Los Angeles was elected to the Board of Education in 1989.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1993 |
Incumbents Julie Korenstein and Mark Slavkin joined a host of other candidates Saturday who filed signatures to run for two seats representing portions of the San Fernando Valley on the board of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Saturday was the deadline for candidates to submit petitions with at least 500 signatures of registered voters to confirm their candidacy and be placed on the April 20 ballot.
April 4, 1993 |
The race for the Los Angeles school board district that stretches from Porter Ranch to Los Angeles International Airport pits a popular incumbent against two San Fernando Valley challengers in a potential battle of the "Wests"--the West Valley versus the Westside.