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Controversial group that supports charter schools announces grants to replicate strong L.A. Unified campuses

A group that was spawned from a controversial plan for rapid charter-school growth announced Wednesday that it would fund grants to incubate new campuses run by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Great Public Schools Now describes its mission as replicating successful schools in areas where...
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