Sharp criticism being leveled at the Los Angeles Unified School District for its environmental record shows why it's vital for districts to perform toxicological surveys of new school sites before construction begins—and to monitor existing sites on a regular basis.

As the Board of Education for the nation's second largest public school district decides whether to resume construction on a high school being built atop a toxic oil field, a new report suggests the district

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