But this is true when kids leave LAUSD for any reason (private school, another school district, move out of the state)...so I'd wish people were more ideologically consistent here: if you are anti-charter because of this, then you, logically, should be anti-private school as well. I'd also say that it's LAUSD's bloated bureaucracy that has resulted in all these fixed costs; the district has been losing students for years and hasn't done anything to downsize (the way any rational actor would when losing students). Instead, the district bureaucracy/administrative staff has actually increased. LAUSD needs to do a better job of adapting to its dynamic enrollment.
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