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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“The biggest adaptation I took was really leaning hard into this notion that I am a televised educator now, just really bringing forward that Mr.

LAUSD teachers are now ‘televised educators’ during the COVID-19 pandemic

“The biggest adaptation I took was really leaning hard into this notion that I am a televised educator now, just really bringing forward that Mr.

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