Shorter School Calendar Has Parents Breathing Sigh of Relief

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Superintendent Ramon Cortines says this weekend's agreement to save jobs by cutting school days demonstrates "a partnership" between the LAUSD and its unions. Some 1800 teachers, 100 administrations and 300 librarians, nurses and counselors will keep their jobs. Class sizes will stay the same, but more instruction will have to be crammed into less time with five fewer school days this year and seven next year. What does it mean for parents?

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Guest:
Tanya Anton - founder of GoMamaGuide.com and LAUSD parent - @GoMamaGuide

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Katie Cooper