Erika Endrijonas

Los Angeles Valley College

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President of the Los Angeles Valley College.

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A new survey of students at LA’s Community Colleges finds that one in five is homeless, and two-thirds are food insecure.

How community colleges help students struggling with housing and food

A new survey of students at LA’s Community Colleges finds that one in five is homeless, and two-thirds are food insecure.

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