In 2014, teachers and parents complained about a charter school principal who micromanaged classrooms, bullied staff and chased away teachers. The district brought in a parent to help quell the chaos. Fast-forward a year, and the same complaints are swirling – only now they’re about the person brought in to fix the problem.

It’s true that a large enough solar panel system will produce as much or even more power than you need, and can offset your SDG&E bills. But you’ll need more than just solar panels to actually cut the cord. “The price of independence is very high,” says one solar company leader.


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