From The Eastsider.

A developer is planning to build a charter elementary school for at least 625 students on Soto Street one block away from Roosevelt High School.

The campus would be leased to KIPP LA Schools,  which operates 14 public charter schools.  The new campus will house KIPP Promesa Prep,  an elementary school that opened in 2015 and currently operates at two temporary sites in Boyle Heights, said KIPP spokesman Luis Pires.  The new K-4 school  would open in July 2019 if all goes as planned.

The new campus would be constructed at 443 S. Soto Street near E. Fourth Street.

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    Carlos M Montes

    We have way to many charter schools in Boyle Heights that are draining students and funding form our LAUSD Public Schools. Charter schools are part of the Trump attack on pubic services that are pushing privatization of public schools.


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