Oak Park Unified School District opened yesterday with 17 new teachers and record-breaking student enrollment.
According to Superintendent Tony Knight, most of the new teachers in the district are replacing educators who have retired, moved, or who are on leave of absence.
About a third of this year’s enrollment is made up of out-of-town students who transferred under the state District of Choice program, which allows students from outside district boundaries to attend Oak Park schools without...
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