Agreement paves way for L.A. Unified to approve most old and new charter schools

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Agreement paves way for L.A. Unified to approve most old and new charter schools

Agreement paves way for L.A. Unified to approve most old and new charter schools

L.A. school board member Ref Rodriguez, who faces criminal charges, defied critics and cast votes Tuesday, but his choices were not critical on a series of  unanimous decisions. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

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