Education

February 20, 2007One Comment

Los Angeles, CA. -Former L.A. Community College Trustee and Teacher, Pat Owens, is mad as hell and he is not going to take it any more. In a seven minute preview of a Full Disclosure Network® (FDN) two-part series Owens describes what made him so mad and why he has recruited “a non-controlled slate of candidates to take on […]

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January 6, 2007No Comments

Originally Released  January 2007 In a bombshell expose of California’s massive unfunded public employee benefits Full Disclosure Network® is featuring a two-part series with public employee officials and finance expert  B. Scott Minerd, CEO Guggenheim Partners, Asset Management. WATCH: Eleven Minute Preview of Series Here Scott Minerd was a moderator at the Milken Institute’s “State of the State Conference” last fall, […]

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October 22, 2006One Comment

Orange County, CA. –James Fleming, the Superintendent of Capistrano Unified School District resigned office in disgrace, then the county District Attorney raided District offices, the Registrar of Voters was investigated and finally admitted giving the Superintendent illegal access to Recall petitions gathered by angry citizens trying to rid the district of corruption. FULL DISCLOSURE® interviewed members of […]

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September 7, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his Chief Legal Counsel Tom Saenz are confronted with raucous opposition to what has been widely described as a “power grab” involving billions of taxpayers dollars intended for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Issues that are hotly debated in this two-part special program are the major components […]

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August 22, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA: The multi-billion dollar budget of LAUSD attracts power hungry politicians on the Full Disclosure Network® special Video News Blog (12 min). Featuring the raucous debate over AB 1381 between the major players in the battle for control over the Los Angeles Unified School District. This video is available on demand, 24/7 as a public […]

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April 28, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA . School auditors and investigators speak out about their disappointment over the failure of prosecutors to file charges for big dollar crimes documented by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Office of Inspector General. In a Full Disclosure Network® nine minute video news blog some of the most egregious investigations undertaken by the Inspector […]

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March 25, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA. – Angry parents and taxpayers in South Orange County are featured in an eleven minute FULL DISCLOSURE™ Internet video, describing unsafe and unsanitary classrooms, gross fiscal mismanagement and school corruption – all of which sparked their unprecedented campaign in 2005 to recall all seven members of the Capistrano Unified School District. This “Free” video […]

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March 7, 2006No Comments

Marlene Draper, President CUSD Board of Trustees We will respond “through our own communications system and, as necessary and appropriate, through our legal counsel” Orange County, CA Why is the Capistrano Unified School District , refusing to answer Full Disclosure’s questions about allegations and evidence of mismanagement, deceit and corruption that led to an unprecedented campaign to […]

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March 2, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA. What kind of political power could force the Internal Revenue Service to eat their own words? A nine (9) minute Full Disclosure Networkvideo blog reveals how, big lawfirms, political connections and $Billions in state and local bond funds persuaded the IRS to back down from their scathing indictment of the Los Angeles Unified School […]

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March 1, 20062 Comments

Orange County, CA. Watch angry citizen campaign leaders describe what the Voter Registrar Neal Kelly did wrong to two separate campaigns. Now, according to widespread news reports, the Los Angeles Times article stated “The report found that Kelley allowed school district officials to view signature petitions in violation of state law — an error Kelley previously […]

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