Caprice Young

Magnolia Public Schools

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CEO of Magnolia Public Schools; founding CEO and former president of the California Charter School Association, she served on the Los Angeles Charter School Board; parent of three special education students who attended LAUSD traditional and charter public schools and private schools over the years; former interim CEO of the Inner City Education Foundation Public Schools; former president of the Los Angeles Board of Education (2001-2003)

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Two charter schools run by a company called  Aspire  serve more than 770 students in southeast Los Angeles.

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The LA Unified School District has a new Superintendent. He's  John Deasy , who's been assistant to retiring Ramon Cortines for the past few months.

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