Ex-L.A. School Chief to Open Alternative Teen Prisons

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John Deasy, the controversial former superintendent who led the Los Angeles Unified School District for three-and-a-half turbulent years, is embarking on a new venture that could prove just as challenging: keeping juvenile offenders from returning to jail, reports the Los Angeles Times. Deasy wants to open alternative juvenile prisons in Los Angeles and Alameda counties that could include . . .

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