Campus jumped from an F to a B in a year, but joining a successful operation skewed the numbers.
Unanimous vote reverses last month's stand, comes after RSD chastises board over enrollment concerns.
Over time, an existing tax will be shifted to a fund to maintain school buildings.
Check back here Saturday night for precinct-by-precinct results on the citywide school tax.
On Saturday, New Orleans voters will decide whether to invest as much as $150 million dollars into maintaining public school facilities through a property tax — but at key moments in the past week, important players don’t seem to know exactly who’s in charge of the buildings.