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L.A. Unified backs down and agrees to provide lifetime benefits to charter school teachers

The Los Angeles school district and a well-known charter school have quietly resolved a conflict in a way that will help a group of employees but deepen the district’s long-term budget deficit.  L.A. Unified has agreed to pay lifetime health benefits for 10 employees who worked at El Camino Real...
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