Possible co-location comes to an eastside Los Angeles public high school forced to share space with a charter. In NYC, where co-location has reached pitched battles due to the extremes of real estate valuations & the cost of new construction, co-locations have resulted in the existing public school's children being forced to eat lunch at 10:30 am, and squeezed into less desirable spaces of their own school to accommodate the charter. These "shared-space" solutions are seldom equitable. California's Prop 39, which allows charters to requisition space in public school facilities, is a poor solution to the unfunded mandate of unchecked charter school expansion.
Franklin Teachers Oppose Co-Location Effort
UTLA rep. says teachers don't want to share their campus with charters.