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Charter Schools Gain Seats in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles Unified School District officials approved a plan last week to offer an unprecedented 25,000 classroom seats to 81 charter schools on district campuses. Charter advocates have sued the district twice for failing to comply with a state law that requires district facilities be shared "fairly among all public school pupils, including those in charter schools."

Vol. 30, Issue 19, Page 5

Published in Print: February 2, 2011, as Charter Schools Gain Seats in Los Angeles
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