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Charter school law is murky when it comes to the Ref Rodriguez story

Published by Anne Johnson on

KPCC-FM quoted Frank Zerunyan of the USC Price School about the application of conflict-of-interest laws in managing charter schools within Los Angeles Unified School District.

“I’m stunned that a state like ours would allow such a loophole,” said Frank Zerunyan, a professor of practice at the USC Price School of Public Policy. “You should not, in public office, spend public money to directly benefit you or your organization,” he added later.

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