LA charter schools not enrolling enough students from low-income families, audit shows

Charter schools have improved their enrollment of children from low-income families, but more than 1 of 5 failed to meet admission rules at least once during the past six years, according to a report issued Monday by Legislative Auditor Mike Waguespack.


Among charter schools authorized by local school boards an average of 18.5% failed to enroll enough children from economically disadvantaged homes the report says.

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