Reporter Roundup: LAUSD School Police Budget Cuts | KCET
Reporter Roundup: LAUSD School Police Budget Cuts
July 2, 2020
On the July 2 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters have the latest on cuts to LAUSD school police, public swimming pool and employment numbers.
KPCC’s David Wagner has some insight into why some local businesses are struggling to get employees to return to work .
The Los Angeles Unified School Board voted this week to take $25 million from the school police budget and put it towards social workers and counselors at schools with more Black Students. KPCC’s Carla Javier has the details.
KPCC’s Sharon McNary plunged into her community swimming pool today and found swimming in a public facility is a different experience these days.
David Wagner @radiowagner
Sharon McNary @KPCCsharon
Carla Javier @carlamjavier
Natalie Chudnovsky @natchudnovsky
Suzanne Levy @suzlevy
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