First it was a charter effort. Then they were told it would close. Now they don’t know.
The superintendent was scheduled to make a recommendation on the applications Thursday.
The New York Times reports that some families around the country don’t know this until they’re already in a private school.
The school is growing, but district staff say it's not meeting enrollment goals.
A group has been trying to charter it. Now the school district wants to shut it down.
Two city council members say they want the city to demonstrate that cameras make streets safer.
After April 1, 2017, it’s legal to rent homes in New Orleans via Airbnb, VRBO and similar services. Sites must be licensed. We’re tracking where applications have been filed and approved.
A decision will be made next week.
The group wants to take over five public schools in New Orleans. We'll cover the meeting live starting at 6 p.m.
The city started approving applications earlier this week, soon after the law went into effect.