Aviva Alvarez-Zakson

World history and ethnic studies teacher at Hamilton High School

World history and ethnic studies teacher at Hamilton High School

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COVID cases have jumped in recent weeks, and if California were still using a tier-based system for lifting restrictions, the county would currently be in the most restrictive one.

PTSD and no emotional support: Teacher and nurse both worry about COVID as LAUSD reopens soon

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More and more school districts have already implemented ethnic studies programs, and college educators are developing programs to train the next generation of ethnic studies teachers.

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LAUSD and its teachers union reached a tentative agreement to reopen some classrooms as soon as April, with a goal of offering in-person options to all students by May.

LAUSD and UTLA tentatively agree to reopen some campuses in April. Teachers are excited and apprehensive

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