Publicly at odds, L.A. mayor, district collaborate quietly

09/29/2006 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Even though the Los Angeles Unified School District is gearing up for a court battle over a new law that will give Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa substantial control over city schools, Superintendent Roy Romer has directed his staff to work closely with the city officials. The two groups report they are close to creating a new tracking system for dropouts.

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