The Press-Enterprise — Kent Taylor, a Cal State San Bernardino graduate, was appointed the state administrator over the financially troubled Inglewood Unified School District on Oct. 3 by state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson.
The state took over the district last month, when, at the district’s request, Gov. Jerry Brown approved legislation that would provide up to $55 million in emergency loans to help the district meet its financial obligations. The loan must be repaid within 20 years. The legislation required the state superintendent to assume all the legal rights, duties and powers of the governing board of the district and appoint a state administrator.
The article was published Oct. 5, 2012.
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