LA charter struggles to spark activism within struggling students

10/6/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The taxpayer-supported Los Angeles Leadership Academy teaches social justice to middle school students, many of whom read at about the second-grade level. A Los Angeles Times feature examines the charter school's history and uneven first year as it tries to balance its lofty goals against instructional realities.

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