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Have LAUSD schools improved under Superintendent John Deasy?




Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy speaks during a press conference at South Region High School #2 in Los Angeles, California February 6, 2012.  Deasy earlier informed parents at a community meeting that the district is replacing the entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School in the wake of the arrests of two teachers on lewd conduct charges.
Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy speaks during a press conference at South Region High School #2 in Los Angeles, California February 6, 2012. Deasy earlier informed parents at a community meeting that the district is replacing the entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School in the wake of the arrests of two teachers on lewd conduct charges.
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LA public schools Superintendent John Deasy's employment is on the line.

The school board is debating whether to retain him. Educators, community leaders and editorial writers all have weighed in, but KPCC's Annie Gilbertson wanted to hear from parents and students: Have schools improved under Deasy?

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