If the school’s petition gets the board’s OK, the campus would be the first public school to open in the neighborhood, though as a charter school, it would operate with much independence from the district.

San Diego Unified staff says the district has not built a traditional public school there because the area lacks a student population large enough to justify one, a judgment several board members question.


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