Just In: CA Supreme Court rules against LAUSD on charter space
LA School Report | April 9, 2015
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Via The Los Angeles Times | By Maura Dolan
The California Supreme Court decided unanimously today that the Los Angeles school district’s method for allocating space to charter schools violates state education law.
Advocates for charter schools hailed the ruling, arguing that it would lead to more classrooms for charters. A lawyer for the L.A. Unified School District disagreed, saying that the amount of space allotted to charters in L.A. would not be affected.