A tug-of-war over empty classrooms between a charter school and its host campus
Jul 10, 12:00 AM
Under state law, charters — which are privately operated — are entitled to a “reasonably equivalent” share of space on public school campuses. The Los Angeles Unified School District says Magnolia already occupies its fair share, and though the district could choose to provide more space, it won’t — for reasons officials have not clearly explained.
Tags: charter schools