Charter students take up temporary home in Hilton

09/15/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Students at the Ivy Academia Charter in Woodland Hills, Calif., have been attending classes in the local Hilton Hotel's grand ballroom because their school has not passed required safety inspections. Although school founder Tatyana Berkovich complains of being forced to suffer through endless red tape, Los Angeles officials say she's been well-informed all along and just doesn't want to follow the rules.

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