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March 5, 1991 | JEAN MERL, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Girding for what is shaping up as its tightest budget year ever, the Los Angeles Board of Education on Monday authorized school district officials to send layoff notices to more than 2,100 teachers, counselors, school health workers and librarians. While district officials expect many--if not most--of the notices to be rescinded by the time the board decides on its 1991-92 budget early this summer, Supt.
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March 5, 1991 | JEAN MERL, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Girding for what is shaping up as its tightest budget year ever, the Los Angeles Board of Education on Monday authorized school district officials to send layoff notices to more than 2,100 teachers, counselors, school health workers and librarians. While district officials expect many--if not most--of the notices to be rescinded by the time the board decides on its 1991-92 budget early this summer, Supt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 1997
How safe is the nation's food supply? That question comes up again with yet another incident of food contamination. This time as many as 9,000 students and school employees in Los Angeles may have been exposed to the Hepatitis A virus when they consumed frozen strawberry desserts late last week. The fruit came from the same batch implicated in a hepatitis outbreak in Michigan early last month.
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January 29, 2007 | Jim Newton, Times Staff Writer
A series of mistakes and unrealistic estimates has put the Los Angeles County Office of Education more than $20 million over budget as it attempts to upgrade its computer systems, delaying one aspect of the project so much that it is more than a year late with no end in sight. "This has been a source of much frustration," said Tom Saenz, a top aide to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and a member of the board that oversees the county's educational agency. "This project has gone on much too long."
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August 13, 1998 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A roiling dispute that involves allegations both of racial animus and the potential mishandling of millions of dollars of school funds seems likely to cost the job of a seasoned corporate manager hired by the Los Angeles schools seven months ago to fix its troubled accounting controls. School officials said Wednesday they are recommending the termination of Wajeeh Ersheid, the district's internal auditing director.
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April 2, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN and GEORGE RAMOS and MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As many as 9,000 students and school employees across Los Angeles may have been exposed to the highly contagious but seldom fatal hepatitis A virus last week when they ate frozen desserts containing sliced strawberries that may have been illegally sold to a federal surplus food program, officials disclosed Tuesday. The Los Angeles Unified School District said that by Friday it would set up an unprecedented inoculation program at the 18 public schools where the fruit was served.
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