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As superintendent of the LA Unified School District, John Deasy has one of the most crucial – and controversial – jobs in the Southland. He has grappled with a divided school board, a powerful teachers' union and a botched iPads-in-the-classroom rollout. David Nazar talks to Deasy about his reform efforts, and his support for parents suing to undo teachers' job security and seniority rights.
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