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More Latinos on LA Board of Ed

La Opinion, Posted: Mar 06, 2009

The recent election of Nury Martnez to the Los Angeles Board of Education brings the number of Latino members to three, the highest representation ever, reports La Opinion. Nury represents schools in the San Fernando Valley. She is the fifth Latina on the board in recent years and joins current Latino members Mnica Garca, the board president, and Yolie Flores Aguilar.


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