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COMMUNITY ASKED TO PARTICIPATE IN REVIEW OF SCHOOL DISTRICT

 Consultant Invites Public to Write in With Comments
 or Suggestions Concerning LAUSD Administration
 LOS ANGELES, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its review of the administration of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), business services firm Arthur Andersen is encouraging all interested individuals to mail their comments and ideas to be used in the evaluation process.
 "We want to know what the district's customers -- students and parents -- think is either valuable or unimportant," said Jonathan Copley, director of Arthur Andersen's Operational Consulting group, which is in the third week of its 10-week review. "We also invite input from teachers, district administrators and business and community leaders." In addition to reviewing letters, Copley's team will be conducting extensive interviews of individuals within each of these key groups.
 Individuals are asked to write to:
 Jonathan Copley
 Arthur Andersen
 P.O. Box 60317
 Los Angeles, CA 90054-0749
 Authors may remain anonymous if they wish. Also, for the information to be used, they must specify whether they are a 1) parent, 2) student, 3) teacher, 4) LAUSD administrator, or 5) other interested party.
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 /CONTACT: Mark H. Leaf, media relations director of Arthur Andersen, 213-614-1616 or (home) 818-505-9667/


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