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4th grade teacher at Baldwin Hills Elementary School Cynthia Castillo, high school English language development teacher at Rise School of Business in South Los Angeles

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There's a tentative agreement between the teachers union and the district. The plan calls for a 30-hour school week, attendance-taking, and time for student and family counseling.

Teachers make sense of new guidelines for distance learning — before school starts on Aug 18

There's a tentative agreement between the teachers union and the district. The plan calls for a 30-hour school week, attendance-taking, and time for student and family counseling.

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