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Help us protect public education! We are a grassroots movement of parents, teachers, and community members seeking to end the chaos, collusion, and corruption of our current school board majority elected with outside dark money. Our committee has been formed to recall these board members to restore transparency, fiscal responsibility and a school board that chooses OUSD students over politics.
How much more damage will they do before their terms end? As invested community members, we must come together to protect our students, protect our teachers, and protect our OUSD families NOW.
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Why should you care?
The Board approved over half
a million dollars for the fired superintendent’s contract payout and for the interim superintendent’s unnecessary travel and lodging.
The interim they appointed quit after 5 weeks on the job without providing value to the district. This cost taxpayers over $70,000.
These funds could have been used in the classroom where they belong.
Rick Ledesma's tactics and backroom deals have brought multiple lawsuits, threats of lawsuits by the First Amendment Coalition, and investigations that will cost the district money and resources.
Madison Miner promotes segregation of Special Education students.
They are prepared to spend 90% of the district's facility reserves on an aquatics center, disregarding other district classroom needs.
No Notice. No Cause. No Plan.
They suspended the OUSD digital library without notice because one book was misfiled by the publisher, disrupting access for 25,884 students and 1,300 teachers.
Teachers and staff, including
nearly 20% of principals, are fleeing
the district, creating a negative
impact on our students’ education and why OUSD teachers support the recall.