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With L.A. Schools Closed, Some Parents Are Turning to Unregulated ‘Day Camps’

For families of means, third-party providers are popping up, offering "enrichment" without much oversight
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59 Percent of California Adults Under 40 Don’t Know How Many Jews Were Killed in the Holocaust

A new study finds Americans have significant gaps in knowledge about the Holocaust–and growing exposure to Holocaust denial theories and Nazi imagery
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This UCLA Professor’s Books on Policing and Prison Used to Be Treated as Radical. Now, Everything’s Changed

Award-winning historian Kelly Lytle Hernández seizes on a moment when the country is suddenly willing to grapple with white supremacy
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Admissions Scandal Parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Sentenced to Prison

The couple pleaded guilty in May to charges associated with paying their daughters' way into USC
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As Students Speak Out, USC’s Greek System Reckons with Racism

Inclusivity efforts are underway on the Row, but some students think more radical action needs to be taken
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The Union Says No Way to Teachers Broadcasting Lessons from Empty Classrooms

United Teachers Los Angeles rejected an "unacceptable" plan to have teachers instruct virtually from the classroom
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When ICE Threatened International Students with Deportation, Their Peers Sprang into Action

A contingent of current and former UCLA students used social media to connect and create an invaluable resource for vulnerable visa-holders
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Austin Beutner Talks Virus Rates, Funding Challenges, and What It Will Take to Get Kids Back to the Classroom

The LAUSD superintendent had to make the tough call to keep classrooms closed this fall. Here's how he's navigating the pandemic on behalf of 500,000 students
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Trump Administration Reverses Course on a Policy Targeting International Students

Classes going online due to the pandemic will not mean students have to leave the U.S.–at least for now
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LAUSD Will Be Online Only in the Fall, Superintendent Confirms

By keeping campuses closed, the district may run afoul of federal authorities who are pressuring for the quick resumption of in-person education