No, it can't. Given that students and parents are choosing to pull their kids out of LAUSD schools, to enter them in higher performing schools, LAUSD needs to continue to cut their overhead, consolidate buildings, take a hard look at the costs associated with keeping ineffective teachers on staff that are proven to be ineffective, etc. Also, LAUSD need to be broken up into smaller regions - at least to within the boundaries of the different cities. There is no good reason to have a single district that spans so many different cities/towns.
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