LAUSD Board of Education District 6
UTLA has endorsed both candidates who are engaged in a runoff for the District 6 seat.
Each would bring unique skills and experience to the Board of Education.
Monica Ratliff, a former public interest lawyer, is a national board certified teacher who shares with UTLA the goals of smaller class sizes and full school years. Monica's decade-long teaching experience at South L.A.’s San Pedro School means that she fully understands the challenges of providing disadvantaged students a quality education. Her service as a UTLA chapter chair reflects her deep commitment to advocating for teachers and students.
Antonio Sanchez has experience working in government agencies and could be a much-needed positive voice in Sacramento for LAUSD’s students. Antonio is a labor champion who mobilized for the fall 2012 passage of Prop. 30 and Prop. 32’s defeat. Antonio, who has the endorsement of the L.A. County Federation of Labor and the L.A. County Democratic Party, shares UTLA’s vision for a fully funded public education system.
May 21, 2013 General Elections
To learn more about the candidates and their campaigns,
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COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD of TRUSTEES, DISTRICT NO. 6
MAY 21, 2013 SPECIAL ELECTION – CITY of LOS ANGELES
CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 6