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LAUSD Board Elections: A School Divided

LAUSD Board Elections: A School Divided

In the charter-versus-public schools fight, I'm firmly on the side of public schools. But in Los Angeles and everywhere else, we really shouldn't be having this fight at all.
Introduction to Data Science: An Authentic Approach to 21st Century Learning

Introduction to Data Science: An Authentic Approach to 21st Century Learning

Data is everywhere but how does an individual or company use it to their benefit. A group of UCLA and LAUSD educators are using an innovative "real life" approach with high school ...
A Community Rises in a Once-Barren Cypress Park Rail Yard

A Community Rises in a Once-Barren Cypress Park Rail Yard

The development includes a new transit stop for the Metro Rapid Bus Line, as well as future access to Elysian Valley via a pedestrian bridge.
To Road Diet or Not on Glendale-Hyperion Bridge

To Road Diet or Not on Glendale-Hyperion Bridge

Red Car Bridge project is a positive thing, but Hyperion Avenue could benefit from a "Complete Street" bridge that's accessible to everyone -- pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists.
Rattlesnake Park

Rattlesnake Park

How do you play the L.A. River at Rattlesnake Park?
L.A. Stories from Woodbury University

L.A. Stories from Woodbury University

This week L.A. Letters shares some of the observations, insights, and research generated by our students from the "L.A. Stories" class at Woodbury University.
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