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LAUSD Is Getting Some Help from PBS to Keep Kids Learning During the Shutdown

Half of LAUSD students do not have their own computer at home

Another USC Doctor Is Being Accused of Sexually Abusing Students

At least 48 gay and bisexual former students say Dr. Dennis Kelly used his position to violate them—and that the school did nothing
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Little Steven Van Zandt Joined the L.A. Teachers Strike Wednesday Morning

The E Street Band legend and Sopranos star demonstrated in solidarity with L.A. educators
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Exclusive: Cecily Myart-Cruz’s Hostile Takeover of L.A.’s Public Schools

The head of the L.A. teachers' union is ambitious, audacious, and uncompromising. But critics blast her as a demagogue whose gamesmanship during the pandemic took a toll on the kids she claims to fight for
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Demonstrators Pitch Tents at USC to Protest Displacement (and Everything Else)

A multi-issue demonstration collides with the Festival of Books on the scandal-ridden campus
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The Hottest College Admissions Coach in the Country Explains the Not-Illegal Way to Get Kids Into the Best Schools

Danny Ruderman got Evan Spiegel into Stanford—and he can help your kid do the same
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While Rich Kids Fake It, Students Who Actually Have Learning Disabilities Often Don’t Get the Help They Need

Stevie Boebi faced homelessness, abuse, and disability, but was determined to get an education against the odds

The Academy Museum Is Restoring This 1939 Mid-Wilshire Landmark

Here's what's happening at Wilshire and Fairfax
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The La Brea Tar Pits Are an L.A. Landmark. Why Weren’t L.A. Architects Tapped for the Redo?

The iconic Miracle Mile museum unveiled three future plans to the public, all of them designed by outsiders
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How a Student Newspaper Covers Its Own School’s Scandal

When the college-admissions cheating story broke during USC's spring break, two Daily Trojan journalists were saddled with a big job