As a bloggin PSA, we ask for your momentary consideration of supporting (naught!) Mr. and Mrs. Tata Mark(os) Aguilar-Ferguson's crusade to preserve their controversial Lucrative 1% Charter School Education Collective, as they face a final vote manana, from the Los Angeles County Board of Education, regarding their appeal of LAUSD's Charter Revocation of its High School Campus.
** Blogger's note:
In twenty-four hours, the remaining students, supporters and political allies of the Controversial Lucrative 1% Charter Education Collective, Academia Semillas del Pueblo will gather for their next-to-last Charter Revocation Appeal at the Los Angeles County Board of Education. For Board Member Douglas Boyd, the pressure being put on him by the likes of fellow Board Member Thomas Saenz, along with LA County Board of Supervisor Gloria "Molina Boo Boo", her Senior Deputy (and LAUSD School Board Member) Monica "Gorda Boo Boo" Garcia and now apparent Lobbyist Richard Alatorre, must be immense on the eve of tomorrow's revote (this due to previous 3-3 deadlock vote). School Board Member Boyd has be the recipient of repeated vile Academia attacks as exampled by this
from their Facebook Page
. This blogger can relate to the attacks
being directed at Board Member Boyd as Mark(os) knows no limits in attacks upon his detractors and feigning false attacks upon himself---Scott Johnson
Or no amount of political pressure will be sacrifice (with payoff later) to put pressure on the LA County Board of Education to reinstate Semillas High School Charter as evident by the support of the "Last Don of CD 14 Politics" and now Lobbyist Richard Alatorre. (** View Sample Letter of support drafted by Academia, after the jump)
October 1, 2013,
President, Board of Education
Los Angeles County Office of Education ·
9300 Imperial Highway ·
Downey, CA 90242
Re: Support Renewal of the Charter of Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory
Dear Rebecca Turrentine:
[WRITE YOUR ORGANIZATION, SCHOOL OR FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATION'S NAME HERE]supports the renewal of the charter petition of Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory. Semillas is possibly the only public school that includes as a part of its core curriculum indigenous language and culture in a comprehensive, college preparatory school design. Importantly, Anahuacalmecac has received acclaim and support from various respected external organizations including the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the International Baccalaureate, the Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, the California Charter Schools Association, and the Native American Alliance for Charter Schools. Indeed, Anahuacalmecac students have even represented the concerns of their community before the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues under the guidance of educators and elders.
Most importantly, we call your attention to the careful development of the curriculum of indigenous heritage maternal language of the students Anahuacalmecac serves, Nahuatl. Through U.C. approved, college preparatory aligned courses in Nahuatl language, culture, cosmovision and history, Anahuacalmecac’s students have access to an innovative approach to a long-standing need among indigenous families. Additionally, the inclusion of indigenous arts, music, sports, dance and mathematics ensures that Anahuacalmecac prepares well-rounded youth for the 21st century with a grounded sense of self and community. Lastly, while Anahuacalmecac has made notably advanced the rights of indigenous peoples by developing a curriculum responsive to its own People, it has also made concerted efforts to educate the residents of Los Angeles about the indigenous history and future of Los Angeles, southern California and North America as a whole.
For these and many other reasons, we whole-heartedly express our support for Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory and ask for you to make every effort to do so as well.
For all these reasons, [LIST YOUR ORGANIZATION, SCHOOL OR FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATION AGAIN] strongly supports and urges you to renew the charter of Anahuacalmecac.
After all, its all about preserving the Lucrative 1% Charter Educational Collective Life Style of Politically Connected Mr. and Mrs. Tata Mark(os) Aguilar-Ferguson.
Wonder if the salaries listed above qualify Mr. and Mrs. Mark(os) Aguilar-Ferguson for the top tax bracket?
No amount of political connections can cover up an egregious example of (alleged) educational and fiscal fraud.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: Academia Semillas del Pueblo, LA County Board of Education, lausd, Marcos Aguilar, Richard Alatorre