Inside the Independent School Alliance for Minority Affairs Impact Awards Dinner

What happens when the heads of many of L.A.’s private schools get together on a school night? Very little studying
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How UCLA Students Fought for—and Won—the Right to Shape Westwood’s Future

Long alienated from the neighborhood advisory process, students and allies have affordable housing in their sights
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As January 10 Approaches, L.A. Teachers Explain Why They Support the Strike

An LAUSD veteran and a newbie to the profession describe packed classes and scant resources
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Black Students Are Underwhelmed with USC’s and UCLA’s Response to the Current Movement

“Actions speak louder than words," one student says. "And it’s just been a lot of words for me"
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Why UCLA Grad Students Are Ready to Go on Strike

Inside the fight for COLA (a cost of living adjustment) for students who work as teaching assistants
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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

The Short Stack: The Los Angeles Week in Review

September 30 – October 3, 2014
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George Clooney and Other Big Stars Launch a Film and TV Magnet School in L.A.

The Roybal School of Film and Television production will prepare a more diverse generation to work in the industry
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With LAUSD Schools Closed, the Superintendent’s Dealmaking Ability Is Being Put to the Test

Austin Beutner is getting education programs online and wireless internet access into students’ homes, but there are bumps aplenty

This Valley Middle School Has One of the Best Film Programs in the Country

It's giving bigger, older programs a run for their money