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Angels Gate Community Update

The education team is working on plans to kick off the 2020-2021 AIC program in Los Angeles Unified School District and Long Beach Unified School District to consider whether classes will be held in schools or virtually.

Random Letters 2-6-20 — Take Trump Off Twitter; The Education of Arthur; LAUSD and Rancho LPG Safety; Why We Need Bernie

Take Trump Off Twitter It’s really simple: Have the house pass a bill DEMANDING, ON NATIONAL SECURITY REASONS, that Twitter owner and CEO Jack Dorsey...

The Primary Battle to Take the Cup from Vladovic

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor When Mike Lansing entered into the 7th District school board race, he became a near automatic front runner among seven...

Christensen Science Center Holds Open House

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Vic and Bonnie Christensen Science Center, a longtime destination for field trips by Harbor Area students, held a soft reopening...

Chasing Dr. V

Candidates vying for Dr. Richard Vladovic’s seat will have some mighty big shoes to fill in 2020 By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor When Dr. Richard Vladovic...

GANAS Academy and Catskill Elementary: Why Co-location Would Never Have Succeeded

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Early this month a charter school, GANAS Academy, abandoned its plan to share the campus of Catskill Elementary in Carson,...

Teachers, Parents Fight to Save Public Education in the Harbor Area

By Mark Friedman, RLn Reporter CARSON — The battle to end the privatization of public schools is now centered at Catskill Avenue  Elementary in Carson,...

NY to LA, Marchers Demand US Hands off Venezuela

By Mark Friedman, RLn Reporter Los Angeles was one of over 100 cities in the United States that saw demonstrations February 23 against US intervention...

Random Letters 1-24-19

More on Dave Arian Dave and I were feeding 44-pound banana boxes to the conveyor belt. There must have been 20 guys working that deck,...

Unlock Public School Potential

Strike: Did UTLA settle too soon? By James Preston Allen, Publisher To understand the historical significance of the recent teachers’ strike against Los Angeles Unified School...

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Republicans’ Revolt

COVID-19 denials, conspiracies and distractions I was stopped on the sidewalk the other day by one of our well...

The Art of Change

An Artist Uses Her Work to Inspire Social Justice On May 29, Jane Gainer-Talbott took the day off from...

Stress-Testing Democracy

Trump is heading toward an epic loss The second quarter gross domestic product in the United States was announced...

Historic Liberty Hill Plaque Thieves Arrested

One plaque recovered; two others still missing On Dec. 5, 2019, surveillance cameras at the Port of Los Angeles...