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LOS ANGELES—Nonprofit lender ExED has secured $28 million in New Markets Tax Credits from the US National Treasury Department to develop a charter school serving underprivileged communities in Southern California. The fund allocation will allow ExED to develop at least three new educational facilities. These funds were allocated to ExED’s subsidy LA Charter School New Markets CDE.

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