Alberto Carvalho, the newly appointed L.A. Unified superintendent, released his 100-day plan to begin improving aspects of the nation’s largest school district and expand high-quality academic opportunities for students. ... read more »
Even if you have people living with you who are not on your lease – or say your affordable housing application - you should still make sure they are counted during the 2020 Census, says Ditas Katague, director of the California Complete Count office. ... read more »
Academic excellence for African American youth will take center stage at the 44thAnnual Black Child Conference and Scholarship Luncheon on Saturday, May 4, at the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Airport Hotel.
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