Delaram Ahmadyveasi

Junior, Beverly Hills High School

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Junior at Beverly Hills High School in Beverly Hills, California, and a contributor to LA Youth newspaper, currently writing an article about cuts to her school library

Delaram Ahmadyveasi on KCRW

Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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Almost every American student in K through 12 now has access to a computer. But public school districts are desperately short of money. What do they do in the Internet Age?

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