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April 18, 1993 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Azteca Head Start has filed an appeal with the federal Administration of Children and Families in the hope of overturning a local decision to strip it of $3 million in federal funds. Azteca also requested a hearing from the administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and expects to receive an answer this month, director Rosanne Ghiazza said.
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October 11, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Azteca Head Start teachers and staff who have not been a part of the movement to remove Executive Director Rosanne Ghiazza say there has been an improvement under her tenure. They are writing letters to Azteca's board of directors in support of Ghiazza in the hope of countering allegations that she has mismanaged the 14-school program and is unresponsive to parents' and teachers' requests to meet with her.
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March 7, 1993 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Azteca Head Start plans to appeal a recent decision by the county Office of Education to strip the organization of $2 million in federal funding. County officials cited financial and other problems in deciding to withhold the federal money from Alhambra-based Azteca, which serves about 700 children in 13 schools in Alhambra, Bell, Boyle Heights, City Terrace and Montebello.
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September 27, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Azteca Head Start classes began Wednesday with teachers and parents circulating petitions for the firing of their director and the reinstatement of the disabled-students administrator. Parents responded to the firing of Jane Sepulveda, two weeks ago. She came into the Azteca Head Start program as a parent 30 years ago and worked through the ranks as an assistant teacher, head teacher and then special-education coordinator.
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September 20, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Teachers have accused an Eastside Head Start schools program of unfair labor practices and are calling for the ouster of its director. The dispute began in June when teachers at Azteca Head Start--which serves about 500 children in 13 schools in Alhambra, Bell, Boyle Heights, City Terrace and Montebello--voted to remain in the American Federation of Teachers.
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