Monthly Archives: March 2014

Algebra 1 failure tied to poverty

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The Sol Price School of Public Policy at USC is holding a conference titled Innovating to End Urban Poverty Conference where they are discussing whether Algebra is a necessary subject to teach to our students.  Is this where the notion derived that children should no longer be taught how to write in cursive?

Maxine Waters calls for investigation into LAX airport security

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Congresswoman Maxine Waters has repeated her pleas calling for an investigation into the security at one of the worlds busiest airports, Los Angeles International or as we call it, LAX.  It even made the front page of the Inglewood Today, Inglewood’s official newspaper.

Los Angeles County officials prepare to discuss Measure R Part Deux

Move LA’s 6th Annual Transportation Conversation takes place tomorrow with the topic being Imagining Measure R2.  Representing the current Measure R Oversight Committee is Jacki Bacharach (SBCCOG), opening remarks will be delivered by Move LA Vice-Chair and former mayor of Inglewood Danny Tabor.

Inglewood Unified School District State Administrator misleads Inglewood community

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Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) state appointed administrator Dr. Don Brann recently made news when it was revealed IUSD employees went on a training that cost the district $38k.  Dr. Brann publicly claimed he did not know why/how it was spent.  2UrbanGirls does.


Beyond the Resume: A Closer Look at Genethia Hudley-Hayes, Candidate for LAUSD, Board District 1

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“I’m not running on my resume, I’m running on a record…”

Joseph Mailander leaves CityWatchLA

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CityWatchLA is a conservative blog covering Los Angeles politics.  Their top contributor/author, and in 2UrbanGirls opinion, their most credible, Joseph Mailander, announced yesterday, in a simple tweet, that he is no longer affiliated with the popular blog. 2UrbanGirls came to know about Mr. Mailander via twitter and was gracious enough to interview with us. You can continue to follow […]

Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project open house was a success

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Metro and Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors held an open house at the construction offices of the Crenshaw/LAX rail project located at 9323 Bellanca Ave. The $1.3 billion dollar project will be under construction over the next four years.  The event was well attended by both current elected officials and those running for office.  State Assemblymember Steve Bradford and […]

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