California: LAUSD's Powerful Watchdog Office Has Been Closing Far Fewer Investigations. Why?

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    LAUSD's Powerful Watchdog Office Has Been Closing Far Fewer Investigations. Why?

    Think of a scandalous headline you've read about the Los Angeles Unified School District in recent years: An iPad debacle that derailed a superintendent's tenure. A guilty plea from a former food services director accused of skimming from the budget. A financial scandal involving now-former school board member Ref Rodriguez and a charter school he founded. As LAUSD's official watchdog, the Office of the Inspector General had a hand in all of these cases, and many more. The auditors and investigators in the OIG are charged with holding LAUSD officials accountable for how they spend more than $9.6 billion each ...


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