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Fabian Núñez (also transcribed variously as Fabián Núñez, Fabian Nuñez and Fabian Nunez; born December 27, 1966) is an American politician and labor union adviser.A member of the Democratic Party, he served three two-year terms as a member of the California State Assembly, leaving office in late 2008.
The Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) is a law enforcement agency in Los Angeles, California, whose duties are to provide police services to the Los Angeles Unified School District (thus, sometimes called L.A. Unified Police), also enforcing state and city laws.
San Pedro (/ s æ n ˈ p iː d r oʊ /, san-PEE-droh; Spanish "St. Peter") is a neighborhood within the City of Los Angeles, California.Formerly a separate city, it consolidated with Los Angeles in 1909.
Wilmington is a neighborhood in the Harbor region of Los Angeles, California, covering 9.14 square miles (23.7 km 2).. Featuring a heavy concentration of industry and the third-largest oil field in the continental United States, this neighborhood has a high percentage of Latino and foreign-born residents.
Rank vs 2014 School district State/Territory Students (autumn 2016) 1--New York City: New York: 984,462 2--Los Angeles Unified: California: 633,621 3--City of Chicago (SD 299)
Harbor Gateway as outlined by the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles County with the City of Los Angeles in red. The Harbor Gateway is a two-mile wide north-south corridor that connects the Port of Los Angeles to the south with the rest of the city in the north (note the vertical red line).
Fairfax High School, LAUSD, 7850 Melrose Avenue. The school was founded in 1924. Most of the original campus facilities were demolished in 1966 because the original Spanish Colonial Revival main building did not meet earthquake safety standards. The historic Dewitt Swann Auditorium and iconic Rotunda, however, were spared, retrofitted and are ...
Several area parents disliked the LAUSD magnet program points admission system, so they chose to instead move to the ECR attendance zone and enroll their gifted-classified children there. As of 1998, 70% of ECR graduates went on to colleges and universities, compared to 52% overall for LAUSD. Academic competitions