Bernard Grofman, a University of California, Irvine professor and expert on redistricting, was appointed by a federal judge to redraw the districts’ lines. In his special master’s report to the county, Grofman wrote that he worked to keep four of the largest county high schools in separate districts and to preserve certain catchment areas or “feeder systems”.

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