WSJ: "Charter Schools Struggle Over Class Room"
September 14, 2010
The "most expensive school in U.S. history," and the inequities the schools' construction has revealed, have been the source of much media coverage, including an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times by CCSA President and CEO Jed Wallace and two Wall Street Journal articles. The most recent WSJ article, "Battle Over Class Room," gives the example of Larchmont School, a charter which was forced to spend $174,000 on rent, utilities and maintenance instead of on school supplies or educational programs.
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