Governor Gavin Newsom made an unprecedented announcement last week when he said, “I would plan and assume that it's unlikely that many of these schools -- few, if any -- will open…
Mar. 24from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
LA’s public schools closed last Monday, and parents were initially told the closure would last two weeks.
Mar. 23from Greater LA
LA Unified School District’s 700,000 students are at home for the foreseeable future. Gino Campagna (aka Chef Gino) has been schooling kids in the kitchen for years.
Mar. 20from Good Food
Physics teacher Brian Lopez says websites are available for kids to continue learning. He's using a platform called Schoology to assign and grade work, plus keep in touch with parents.
Mar. 18from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
“We’re trying to work towards a plan where we might be able to take care of children. We’re not there yet.
Mar. 16from Greater LA
LAUSD has shut down its schools for at least two weeks. Hundreds of thousands of kids are home now. What should parents do? We get advice from child health expert Dr.
Mar. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
LAUSD is closing its schools starting March 16 for at least two weeks. Students are still expected to study and do homework. The district's meal program will continue.
Mar. 16from KCRW Features
For some low-income students, school is the only place where they can get a full meal. But the coronavirus pandemic is leading public schools to close.
Mar. 13from Good Food
LAUSD is suspending classes as of March 16 for at least two weeks.
Mar. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Public K-12 schools in L.A. are staying open, although large events are canceled, and anyone who's traveled abroad in the last two weeks may not come on-campus.
Mar. 12from KCRW Features
Universities across the country have canceled classes because of the new coronavirus. In California, Stanford, USC and most of the UCs have moved online.
Mar. 11from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Many schools paused in-person classes after students or staff members tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Others say the cancellations are a precaution.
Mar. 9from NPR
At UC Santa Cruz in December, hundreds of teachers assistants (TAs) were pushing for higher wages to keep up with inflation.
Mar. 9from Greater LA
College students look to big tech as a destination to build their career.
Mar. 2from Greater LA
Thirty million children participate in the nation’s school lunch program. Jennifer E.
Feb. 28from Good Food
Sex education isn’t just about putting condoms on bananas anymore.
Feb. 20from Greater LA
California’s progressive sex education upsets some parents, but students nationwide can find much more explicit content online.
If you grew up in LA, you may have fond memories of LAUSD's coffee cake. We've got the original 1954 recipe for you here.
Feb. 19from Greater LA
Journalist Peggy Orenstein spent two years talking with more than 100 young men ages 16-22 for her new book, “Boys & Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the…
Feb. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s permanent home along Miracle Mile has a redesign in store. But it’s drawn criticism.
Feb. 12from Greater LA