Charter based on indigenous SoCal culture risks solvency

(Calif.) A highly-regarded charter school offering curriculum steeped in pre-Columbian California culture is once again teetering on financial insolvency, three years after surviving a similar crisis.

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July revenue bounce brings an optimistic start to 2017-18

(Calif.) It may not be the billion dollar surge some are still expecting, but July’s revenue report scored a surprising spike of more than 3 percent above projections, or $188 million overall.

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