Results of an advisory vote to help determine who will operate Central Region Elementary School#14, currently under construction in Echo Park, will be announced on Feb. 25 by the school district’s Public School Choice office.
Last month, parents and community members turned out in full force to vote for one of two competing school proposals. One proposal came from the Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, and one from L.A. Unified School District #4, which intends to run the school as an autonomous pilot school.
The results of the voting, which was managed by the League of Women Voters, will serve as only an advisory recommendation, not a final decision. The voting results will be turned over to the Supt. Ramon Cortines, who will evaluate the winning proposal and make his final recommendations to the L.A. Unified School Board.
- Public School Choice Program
- El Camino Nuevo Proposal
- Local District 4/Echo Park Community Partners Proposal
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