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Morning Read: El Camino given one month to address alleged problems

LA School Report | August 29, 2016



El Camino charter has one month to address alleged shortcomings
A casual observer could be excused for thinking there must be two El Camino high schools in Los Angeles. One, a well-managed, long-running success story that delivers solid and sometimes spectacular academic results. The other, in need of appropriate oversight, with a free-spending principal and loose financial controls. Last week, the L.A. Board of Education focused on the problems portion of the alleged split personality, unanimously approving a “notice of violations” that cites inappropriate spending, poor accounting and violations of public meeting rules. By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times

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