Pro-"reform" article by LATimes' resident cheerleader, Howard Blume. 24 San Fernando Valley schools apply to become charters affiliated with LAUSD. These are "high-performing" schools, not "low-peforming" ones. They would get up to $398 more per student. "Most are startups run by outside groups." Los Angeles has 198 charters, more than any other American city, according to the article. Why does LAUSD reward the already strong with more money?
24 San Fernando Valley schools seek charter status
Two dozen high-performing Los Angeles schools are seeking to become charter campuses in search of more money and increased flexibility.