Union is competing with charters in bid for control of some L.A. schools

11/17/2009 | Los Angeles Daily News

A teachers union, nonprofits and charter schools are among those interested in operating 36 public schools in Los Angeles, including 12 struggling schools. Most bidders were interested in the 24 new schools, but United Teachers Los Angeles has submitted bids to operate all 36 schools. Officials said they expect decisions to be made by February.

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