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After months of negotiations, a nonprofit will manage 20th Street Elementary School

After months of negotiations, a nonprofit will manage 20th Street Elementary School

A dispute over the state’s parent trigger law and control of a Los Angeles elementary school were resolved Tuesday in a settlement with the L.A. school district and a group representing parents.

Under the pact, operations at 20th Street Elementary School will be turned over to the nonprofit Partnership for Los Angeles Schools this fall. Under the agreement, the L.A. Unified School District will give 20th Street some funding for several additions: a math curriculum that the Partnership is rolling out, an assistant principal for more “instructional and programmatic support,” a coordinator for English learners and some discretionary money.

The principal, Mario...

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