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Let's hope the Salvador Castro Middle School shooting finally wakes up L.A. Unified on school safety

The Thursday morning shooting at Salvador Castro Middle School in Westlake brings clashing concerns about weapons on campus face to face. On one side are civil rights advocates, as well as some parents and charter school operators, who decry the Los Angeles Unified School District’s policy of randomly...
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