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September 19, 1991 | JERRY GILLAM and SANDY BANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Calling it a "one-time fix," Gov. Pete Wilson on Wednesday vetoed a bill to let the Los Angeles Unified School District defer payment of $88 million in state teacher pension funds to help cut class size and avoid the layoff of 1,900 teachers. "In essence, this legislation would allow the school district to push its financial problems into the future," the governor said in his veto message.
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May 18, 1995 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN and AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITERS
A $100-million collaboration of private foundations and public schools was unveiled Wednesday in San Francisco aimed at helping students throughout the Bay Area benefit from the hard-won lessons of educational reform. Like a similar project announced six months ago in Los Angeles, the Bay Area collaboration will get part of its funding from the Annenberg Foundation, which is doling out half a billion dollars over five years to support school reform efforts nationwide.
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May 18, 1995 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN and AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITERS
A $100-million collaboration of private foundations and public schools was unveiled Wednesday in San Francisco aimed at helping students throughout the Bay Area benefit from the hard-won lessons of educational reform. Like a similar project announced six months ago in Los Angeles, the Bay Area collaboration will get part of its funding from the Annenberg Foundation, which is doling out half a billion dollars over five years to support school reform efforts nationwide.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1991 | JERRY GILLAM and SANDY BANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Calling it a "one-time fix," Gov. Pete Wilson on Wednesday vetoed a bill to let the Los Angeles Unified School District defer payment of $88 million in state teacher pension funds to help cut class size and avoid the layoff of 1,900 teachers. "In essence, this legislation would allow the school district to push its financial problems into the future," the governor said in his veto message.
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