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Solid academics may not be enough to keep six L.A. charter schools open

When the Los Angeles Board of Education meets Tuesday, it is expected to vote on whether to shut down six charter schools. The main reasons have nothing to do with academics and may not be made public, which outrages charter advocates. Magnolia Public Schools, which runs three of the campuses, has attracted...
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