The non-profit group “Great Public Schools Now” released a 16-page draft plan this week outlining a mission to support public schools in many forms. They also announced the first recipients of grants aimed towards specific schools and organizations. The group gained controversy when last September a 44-page document was leaked to the LA Times outlining plans to rapidly expand charter schools in Los Angeles. So what does the Los Angeles Unified School District have to say about this latest plan and outreach.
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