Aviva Alvarez-Zakson

ethnic studies teacher at Hamilton High

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With school back in session, two LAUSD teachers discuss the challenges they’re facing, like students losing social skills and skipping classes.

For LAUSD kids, academics aren’t as tough as emotional regulation

With school back in session, two LAUSD teachers discuss the challenges they’re facing, like students losing social skills and skipping classes.

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