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Follow the MoneyHow Foundation Dollars Change Public School Politics$
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Sarah Reckhow

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199937738

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199937738.001.0001

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Deliberative Decentralization

Deliberative Decentralization

Foundation Dollars and Los Angeles School Reform

(p.106) Chapter 5 Deliberative Decentralization
Follow the Money

Sarah Reckhow

Oxford University Press

Foundation grant-making in Los Angeles, unlike New York City, has engaged a more diverse set of stakeholders. Despite the fragmentation of policy-making and leadership in the district, the social network of education policy leaders in Los Angeles shows a closely linked core of diverse organizations involved in education policy. New policies in the district are designed to bring the flexibility of the charter sector into public schools, and stakeholder engagement has remained strong.

Keywords:   foundations, philanthropy, Los Angeles, education reform, urban education, Gates Foundation, Broad Foundation, charter schools, charter management organizations, social network, civic capacity

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