California audit clears L.A.’s largest charter school network of misspending in its fight against unionization

Statement of Dan Katzir regarding State Audit of Alliance Schools Thumbnail ImageA California audit has cleared the operator of 28 Los Angeles charter schools of allegations that it used public money to fight unionization efforts.

Alliance operates 28 middle and high school charters in Los Angeles. Charter schools are publicly funded, but privately managed. Alliance teachers, as in most charters, are not represented by a union. But two years ago, 67 Alliance teachers began advocating to join United Teachers Los Angeles, a move that the charter network fiercely opposed.

Source: California audit clears L.A.’s largest charter school network of misspending – LA Times

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