Update #6 ·

Parent Have A Right to Know

As was reported in the Los Angeles Times on May 22, 2013, a 10-year old male student was found to have physically and sexually assaulted a 9-year old female student with special needs during an after-school program at Superior St. School in Los Angeles, CA. A jury award the victim $1.4 million for injuries suffered due to inadequate supervision.

Join our petition to urge the Los Angeles Unified School District, and school districts throughout California, to adopt new policies to inform parents about on-campus sexual crimes between students in a timely manner. Click the button below to sign.

Superior St. School happens to be my children's school, however I am not acting simply on their behalf. I am acting in hopes that LAUSD learns lessons from their negligible actions, including how all schools communicate with parents about such serious matters -- particularly after they are reported by the media.

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We call on our nation's leading prosecutors to investigate Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Superintendent John Deasy and district senior officials over the disclosure that LAUSD officials destroyed documents on over 2,000 cases of sexual abuse at Los Angeles schools. Furthermore, we call on our chief prosecutors to file criminal charges against any LAUSD official who ordered and/or…

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See LA Times article "LAUSD Must Pay $1.4 Million to Girl Sexually Abused by Classmate here: https://bit.ly/1dWFEOy.  See contact information for LAUSD Board Members here: https://bit.ly/HQlZ7j. Parents at Superior St. School are urging the public to join us in sending a clear message to the seven members of the LAUSD Board of Education, and school districts throughout California, by signing…

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As California law is currently written, a school teacher who has sexually or physically abused students can use the rules to their advantage to resign before being fired in order to keep their retirement benefits, even if they are later prosecuted by law enforcement for their crimes. The parents and concerned people who make up CALIFORNIANS FOR SAFE SCHOOLS find such abuse of children and the…

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