May 2, 2023 12:01 pm

OUSD is required to share space with charters, but community members are pushing back

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“Making a move like this would basically be prioritizing charter school students over public school students and disenfranchising the very community that supports public schools,” said Heta Dave, the parent of one Claremont graduate and one prospective Claremont student. “To have two schools on the same campus with completely different curriculums, bell schedules is disruptive, and it will be damaging to a school that is one of the few OUSD middle schools that is currently thriving and doing well, and actually having to turn students away.”

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