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Carlos Santana. Johnnie Cochran. Al Gore. The parents of City Councilman Tony Cardenas. It's a diverse group with at least one thing in common: Los Angeles public schools bear their names.
The Los Angeles Unified School District's decade-long school building program is winding down after about 100 campuses have been named. As district officials replace such temporary generic names as South L.A. Area New High School No. 3 with permanent monikers, the process has become political, controversial or just plain wacky.
School names now run the gamut in the nation's second-largest district, which has more than 900 K-12 campuses. There's a Maurice Sendak Elementary, named after the author and illustrator of "Where the Wild Things Are." John A. Sutter Middle School is named after the Swiss gold-rush pioneer, and Quincy Jones Elementary for the music legend...
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