Advocates say L.A. Unified shortchanges its neediest students

LOS ANGELES TIMES | on Mon, Mar 20, 3:05 PM

No one questions that students at La Salle Avenue Elementary, with their low academic achievement, could use a hand up.A civic coalition spearheaded by United Way of Greater Los Angeles puts the South L.A. campus at the very top of schools needing more services and attention; the L.A. Unified School District[1], however, puts the school at 293rd on its need index out of some 1,000 campuses, according to advocates. That dichotomy is at the heart of two just-released reports, an ongoing lawsuit...

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