Judy Burton

Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools

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President and CEO of the charter group the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools; 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Unified School District, where she served as an assistant superintendent

Judy Burton on KCRW

After a deadline of midnight last night, LA Unified is still counting the number of applications from groups who want to take over the campuses of 12 struggling schools and 18 new…

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After a deadline of midnight last night, LA Unified is still counting the number of applications from groups who want to take over the campuses of 12 struggling schools and 18 new…

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