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Nearly 2 years after state takeover, Inglewood schools still bleeding red ink




Inglewood High School plant manager Winona Sluch urges state trustee Don Brann to rescind a plan to layoff school district plant managers and security workers.
Inglewood High School plant manager Winona Sluch urges state trustee Don Brann to rescind a plan to layoff school district plant managers and security workers.
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The Inglewood Unified School District admitted two years ago it couldn't handle its finances. It was on the brink of bankruptcy and invited the state to take it over. But KPCC's Adolfo Guzman Lopez says the money issues haven't gone away, and that's creating a lot of friction.