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Alvaro Cortes

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles Unified School District's Beyond the Bell branch, which operates the summer-school program

Alvaro Cortes on KCRW

LA Unified used to offer summer school at more than 100 high schools. Now it's down to 16. The recession and other priorities cut the budget from $42 million to $1 million.

LAUSD's Much Reduced Summer School Program

LA Unified used to offer summer school at more than 100 high schools. Now it's down to 16. The recession and other priorities cut the budget from $42 million to $1 million.

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