Magnolia Science Academy is without a doubt a Gulen Managed charter school

The Gulen Movement is fantastic at advertising, PR, and bestwowing fake honors on their students, politicians, local media and academia. The Parents4Magnolia blog is NOT American parents it is members of the Gulen Movement in damage control mode. Magnolia Science Academy, Pacific Technology School and Bay Area Technology is the name of their California schools. They are under several Gulen NGOs: Pacifica Institute, Willow Education, Magnolia Educaiton Foundation, Accord Institute, Bay Area Cultural Connection. Hizmet aka Gulen Movement will shamelessly act like satisifed American parents or students. They will lie, cajole, manipulate, bribe, blackmail, threaten, intimidate to get their way which is to expand the Gulen charter schools. If this doesn't work they play victim and cry "islamophobia". Beware of the Gulen propagandists and Gulen owned media outlets. DISCLAIMER: if you find some videos are disabled this is the work of the Gulen censorship which has filed fake copyright infringement complaints to Utube

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Latest Gulen Cry Baby Award goes to Magnolia Science Academy - Suleyman Bahceci

Another Gulen “Cry Baby” award to Suleyman Bahceci of Magnolia Science
Suleyman Bahceci doesn’t “get it”, the LAUSD didn’t notify him to bid on the new school because they don’t want Gulen Goons to operate any more American schools.   Suleyman starts off in the typical Gulen passive / aggressive fashion with implying LAUSD didn’t notify him of the bid opportunity then ends the article passively with “we have no one to blame but ourselves”  Are you kidding Suleyman?  Don’t you understand about our American culture and being snubbed?  They don’t want you and your indoctrination balony.  Your schools are NOT respected except for the PR and propaganda that you are paying for.  The reality is your schools STAR results are garbage and below average.  Your staff doesn’t address the ESL and special needs (hell most of your staff is ESL) and you have a high percentage of poverty and minority students.  While you are ignoring the culture of these Hispanic and African American Students and teaching them Turkish and preparing them for the Turkish Olympiads in the USA and in Turkey remember that all eyes are on you and your lackluster performance. 
READ here California STAR results, click on REPORT - majority of Magnolia Science Academys are Below Average:
Charter group no longer seeking new LAUSD campus
By Melissa Pamer Staff Writer
Posted: 12/01/2010 07:12:43 PM PST
Updated: 12/02/2010 09:15:14 AM PST
A respected charter management organization that runs a South Bay school has decided not to apply to operate a new Los Angeles Unified secondary campus in the Carson area.
Magnolia Public Schools, which runs 12 charter schools in Southern California, including Magnolia Science Academy - 3 in Carson, did not bid to run a new LAUSD secondary school that is under construction in Long Beach.
Noon Wednesday marked the deadline to submit applications to run 10 new and three troubled existing schools that are subject to the second round of the district's Public School Choice process, which allows outside groups to bid for educational control.
Magnolia's decision leaves two options in the running: plans from LAUSD and from a small Long Beach-based charter organization.
Magnolia Chief Executive Officer Suleyman Bahceci had said Monday that he intended to apply to run the new Carson-area campus. But he learned from a Daily Breeze article Tuesday that LAUSD's Local District 8 team had crafted a proposal with grades six through 12 at the campus, known as South Region High School No. 4.
That district plan was written in part because of demographic changes showing low enrollment potential for a high school.
"This is not a fair race. ... If I knew this, three months ago or from the beginning, I would have submitted a six-through-12 proposal," Bahceci said.
He said the district in late October e-mailed a general Magnolia address to inform the organization that a proposal for a middle school and a
high school was required. The e-mail was not sent to him or another Magnolia official handling the application, so the pair were unaware of the change, Bahceci said.
Bahceci stressed that he had a good relationship with LAUSD and was distressed only by the "unfortunate circumstances." He said he strongly supports a sixth-through-12th-grade campus.
"This is our fault. We are not looking for any guilty people," Bahceci said. "There is no blame here."
In a letter sent to LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines Tuesday, Bahceci said Magnolia would "welcome any opportunity to support the development of SRHS#4" and would consider running just a portion of the school.
Dangil Jones, a teacher at Santee Education Complex near downtown who had expressed interest in running the school, likewise said she had decided not to apply.
In addition to a plan from Gardena-based Local District 8, an application was submitted for MATTIE Academy School of Change by a group that operated a short-lived charter in Long Beach.
A community advisory vote on the two remaining options is expected in January, followed by a final Board of Education vote on the proposals later that month.

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