We start today with a look at the impasse between LA teachers and the school district over salaries and class sizes. Teachers are planning to boycott faculty meetings this afternoon. Then, Angelina Jolie penned an op-ed in today’s New York Times about her decision to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes to reduce her risk of ovarian cancer: What are the risks and benefits of this kind of preventative surgery? Next, we preview the new must-read books coming out this summer and spring. And finally, the music industry has moved record release day from Tuesday to Friday. Why, and does it mean anything for fans?
LA Teachers Boycott, Angelina Jolie and Women's Health, and Summer Books
From this Episode:
LA Teachers and School District At Impasse
Later today, some teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District plan to boycott faculty meetings and rally at schools across the district. They’re pushing for salary...
Angelina Jolie and Women’s Cancer Decisions
It was quite a shock two years ago when actress Angelina Jolie announced she’d undergone a double mastectomy. Jolie revealed she was a carrier of a gene, BRCA1, which she...
Spring and Summer Books
Some of the biggest names in literature are dropping new releases in the coming months: Toni Morrison, Milan Kundera and even Harper Lee with a prequel to “To Kill a...