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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Return to the Root of Educational Indoctrination at Academia Semillas del Pueblo

Returning to the Root of Dysfunctional Educational Indoctrination at Academia Semillas del Pueblo.
 LAUSD School Board President Monica Garcia wholeheartedly endorses Academia's continuing disregard for educational achievement, in addition to ignoring local zoning laws and not obtaining proper operating permits.  
 Meet the wealthy educational indoctrinators behind the Academia Semillas del Pueblo Brand. 
 Can you count (not by Aztec 20) the number of parking violations in this photo of the Academia Semillas del Pueblo's "Old El Sereno Library" location? 
 As a public service, we repost for the parents of Academia students, last year's memo regarding the "drop off/pick up" of students from the Academia school site refer to above.. We should note that this public service would be mute if Academia would take the corrected actions outlined in the below Building and Safety Department "Notice to Comply"..

Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Rita-of-Sunland said:

CAPTION: "No gabacho gonna hate on Academee-yah, I see-ink.."

November 29, 2012 6:25 AM  

Anonymous John Hutchinson said:

As an Anglo-American, I am very proud what this charter school is doing. I read Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States and learned about the atrocities committed by our very own government. Take for example, the encampment of thousands of Japanese Americans. Our government during the war violated the US constitution. We are now suspending the constitutional rights of these people whose only fault is to be born to the indigenous people who made this land their home centuries ago. I believe as an imperialist nation, we love to justify our atrocities and victimize those who we plunder, incarcerate, and murder. How else would we expand? However, I believe if we truly had any respect for our constitution, then we would believe that all people are entitled to those rights. If we don't, then we don't believe in them at all. We live in a time when our constitution, our vision for democracy, and freedom are threatened. This school has proved to me that it protects democracy and freedom no more than our US constitution.

December 07, 2012 12:30 PM  

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