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Watch L.A. Unified schools Supt. Ramon Cortines talk with Times columnist Steve Lopez

Outgoing Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. Ramon C. Cortines joined Steve Lopez for a conversation at the Los Angeles Times on Dec. 9. Cortines touched on the district’s iPad crisis, Eli Broad’s charter school plan and what the next superintendent will be up against, among other topics.

If you missed the event, you can watch video selections from the event, below, as well as the entire conversation.

You can read our coverage of the event here, and the reactions of L.A. Unified high school students here.  

 

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LAUSD Supt. Ramon C. Cortines in conversation with L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez
Every Child Succeeds Act vs. No Child Left Behind On Now
Every Child Succeeds Act vs. No Child Left Behind
Dealing with the iPad debacle and other crises On Now
Dealing with the iPad debacle and other crises
The next LAUSD superintendent On Now
The next LAUSD superintendent
Charter school expansion and Eli Broad On Now
Charter school expansion and Eli Broad
Are elected school boards harming kids? On Now
Are elected school boards harming kids?
The role of parents On Now
The role of parents
LAUSD Supt. Ramon C. Cortines in conversation with L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez On Now
LAUSD Supt. Ramon C. Cortines in conversation with L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez

 

The Times receives funding for its digital initiative, Education Matters, from the California Endowment, the Wasserman Foundation and the Baxter Family Foundation. The California Community Foundation and United Way of Greater Los Angeles administer grants from the Broad Foundation to support this effort. Under terms of the grants, The Times retains complete control over editorial content. 


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