The Los Angeles County Board of Education (LACOE) is responsible for reviewing and adopting board policies and bylaws, which are then implemented by administrative regulations. The county superintendent is responsible for approving these regulations and exhibits, as well as determining the policy review process annually to ensure compliance with recent changes in the law. The policies of Los Angeles County are in line with those of other states with more liberal leadership, such as New York. However, the county board and superintendent make sure that LACOE employees and the public have access to the county's policies.
The regulations and recommendations for wearing masks indoors to the general public change based on local metrics, which are updated regularly on the Los Angeles County COVID-19 Response Plan website. In addition, proposed revisions or new policies will be submitted in writing for the first reading and the county board may take action on them at any subsequent meeting. Other policies will be monitored and revised as specified in the policy itself or as necessary to reflect changes in the law or district circumstances. The recent Gay pride videos shown in a third-grade classroom in Glendale have added an intense local chapter to the national debate about how and when lessons on gender identity and sexual orientation should be addressed in public schools. Karen Bass was considered the most liberal candidate in the Los Angeles mayoral elections, but as all mayors quickly discover, there is no liberal or conservative way to fill potholes. Karen Bass ran for mayor of Los Angeles primarily because of her promise to address the vast and persistent problem of homelessness in the city.
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