Hundreds of thousands of students have joined a class action lawsuit against the University of California and Cal State systems. They want refunds for the fees they paid toward now-shuttered facilities like gyms and health centers. Also, LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner says LA public schools will start on August 18, but will teachers and students be ready?
Lawsuit demands refunds from UC, Cal State
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Students sue UC, Cal State for unused campus facility fees
Most college students are taking classes from home. Some have received a break on dorm and meal fees, but not tuition or fees.
As COVID-19 makes college uncertain in the fall, students consider taking a year off
It’s unclear what college campuses will look like in the fall. High school seniors might choose to take a gap year instead of heading straight to higher education. Many of...
School starts in August for LAUSD, but may still be online
Los Angeles public schools will start on August 18, according to LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner. But the district hasn’t decided if classes will be online or in person.
You can listen in on Supreme Court arguments — for the first time in history
The Supreme Court was on a two-month hiatus because of the coronavirus. Today, the justices reconvened to hear oral arguments in a conference call. That wasn’t the only...