Stunning Saturday

If I could have predicted it I did. Owen was up around three. He got into bed with me and I was so exhausted I just kept praying he would fall back asleep. That didn’t happen. He was off to the blue…


A Charter School Brings A Sense Of Entitlement To New Heights

New Heights Charter School refuses to pay the LAUSD the $1,264,162.44 that it has accumulated in outstanding over-allocation penalties.

The renewal of the New Heights charter was before the LAUSD Board at the November 24, 2020, meeting. A past-due debt to the district of $1,046,783.96 is a violation of the existing charter and should have been grounds to deny renewal, but would the board hold them accountable for the ongoing-harm this publicly funded private school is causing LAUSD students?

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