L.A. Cracks Down On Staff At Troubled Schools

01/11/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The nation's second-largest school district has removed principals and teachers at four schools after state audits cited low expectations, weak leadership and poor teaching skills. Superintendent Roy Romer said the culture of mediocrity at some schools must be changed. The city's major unions have not yet objected to the action.

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