The initial proposal for the Area E
Alternative School (AEAS) was for an integrated K-12 school in urban Los Angeles whose
core tenets included a multicultural emphasis in the curriculum, a decision-making
process that included parents, students and teachers, and a commitment to volunteer from
all school community members including students, parents, and staff. The bulk of the
collection consists of administrative materials concerning the AEAS committees’ efforts
to create an integrated charter school. These materials include such things as
announcements, by-laws, various committee minutes, fliers, newsletters, and
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