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LAUSD Will Require Weekly COVID Testing for All Students and Staff—Even If They’re Vaxxed

As the pandemic outlook evolves, the nation's second-largest school district is taking extra precautions
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LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner to Step Down in June

The surprise announcement comes as campuses reopen after 13 months of coronavirus closure

How L.A.’s Brentwood School Became a Battleground in the Culture Wars

A shift to a progressive curriculum has parents, faculty, and students at the elite private school locked in a furious ideological struggle that's tearing the campus apart
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One of My Kids Is Going Back to School. One Isn’t. Here’s How We Did the Math

As LAUSD schools prepare to reopen this week, a family reaches a split decision on in-person instruction
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A Second Group of LAUSD Parents File a Lawsuit for Schools to Fully Reopen

L.A. public schools are set to start a staggered reopening on April 12, but parents’ displeasure with the details of the plan has spawned a pair of lawsuits and plenty of protests
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A Montessori-Inspired Cooking School for Kids Is Coming to Century City

At Little Kitchen Academy, tiny toques as young as three get total independence—and wee chef jackets, individual ovens, and age-appropriate knives
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LAUSD Schools Are Coming Back—but Who’s Going and What Will Classes Look Like?

The nation’s second-largest school district wrestles with an enduring virus and parental worry
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LAUSD Will Receive Enough Vaccine for All Elementary School Teachers and Staff by Next Week

The allotment of 25,000 doses could speed the return of in-person instruction
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The Drumbeat to Open L.A. Schools Is Getting Louder. Here’s When and How That Will Happen

Superintendent Austin Beutner talks about infection rates, health protocols, and his 60-day goal

With Public Schools Closed Until at Least January, Superintendent Austin Beutner Lashes Out

LAUSD's top exec questions the region's progress in combating COVID-19, saying students’ futures are being imperiled