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Mendez v. Westminster 60th Anniversary

Tomorrow marks the 60th anniversary of one of the pivotal early moments of America’s Civil Rights Movement. Yet few are aware that the court decision that laid the groundwork for Brown vs. Board of Education happened right here in Orange County. On April 14, 1947 a court ruled in Mendez vs. Westminster that it was…

More on “What’s Going On at SAUSD?”

  Santa Ana Unified School District problems with possible fraud made it on to KOCE’s Real Orange.  H/T to Thomas Gordon over at Orange Juice for calling the report to our attention.  Click on the “Fraud” image below to link to the Real Orange report.

What’s Going On at SAUSD?

Santa Ana Schools accused of phantom classes. Officials made false rosters, misused substitutes to qualify for class-reduction funds, teachers say. State vows to investigate.   The LATimes had this interesting piece today about Santa Ana Unified School District falsifying records to show smaller class sizes in order to get more money.  What the heck do…