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State Senator Bob Archuleta Meets With Group of District 32 Educators

STATE SENATOR Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera) addressing concerns and suggestions of educators regarding matters pertaining to their respective districts.

DOWNEY –State Senator Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera) met recently with more than 40 school board members and superintendents from throughout the Thirty-Second Senate District.

He spoke to them about public education issues, his support of Full and Fair Funding of California’s public schools, and listened to their concerns and suggestions regarding matters pertaining to their respective districts.

“This was a productive and honest dialogue between myself and a group of dedicated educators on how best to serve the students, parents, and teachers in the Thirty-Second Senate District,” Sen. Archuleta said. 

The senator emphasized teamwork, and was pleased that each district was willing to share their best educational practices. 

“I call our district the Fighting Thirty-Second because together we are going to fight for better education, quality education, fair education, and equity across the board,” Sen. Archuleta said. “It truly does take a village to raise a child, and from what I see and hear, in this room, we are ready to come together to work to provide the best education for our students.”

Downey Unified School District hosted the event, and those in attendance included officials from ABC Unified, Anaheim Union High, Bellflower Unified, Buena Park, Centralia Elementary, East Whittier City, El Monte Union High, El Rancho Unified, Fullerton Joint Union High, Hacienda La Puente Unified, Little Lake City, Los Nietos, Lowell Joint, Montebello Unified, Norwalk-La Mirada Unified, Paramount Unified, South Whittier, Whittier City, and Whittier Union High school districts.

The educators in the audience appreciated the senator’s time and effort to discuss with them some of the challenges they face in public education.

In turn, Sen. Archuleta thanked them for participation and looked forward to continuing his advocacy on behalf of public education.

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ERUSD El Rancho Unified School Board Member Gabriel Orosco initiating a RADICALIZATION OF STUDENTS INSIDE THE CLASSROOM…

HEAR IT COME OUT OF HIS MOUTH:

youtu.be/BJwGV47EbIM

PS Someone ask Leanne IBarra and Jose Lara’s campaign manager, Erick Carbajal, about getting caught on camera STEALING CAMPAIGN SIGNS during the last election. The signs said: “NO MARXISTS IN ERUSD! SAY NO TO JOSE LARA”. Jose Lara is a self declared Marxist/Communist and is the current President of the El Rancho Unified School District

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Can’t fault someone for their political positions, no matter how twisted, so long as they aren’t indoctrinating students with it. They should keep their private views private and teach in a way that allows students to reason for themselves. Gabriel is something else, he really is. Which tribe is he registered with again?