Harriet Fraser

Santa Monica parent

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Parent of a child in the Santa Monica-Malibu School District and co-chair of a campaign to ban chocolate-flavored milk from school lunches; former primary care physician

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We have two school stories tonight, both full of surprises.  
 Analyzing scores at the lowest performing schools across the board, the  Los Angeles Times  has found that, when it…

Test Scores and Milk Wars

We have two school stories tonight, both full of surprises.  Analyzing scores at the lowest performing schools across the board, the Los Angeles Times has found that, when it…

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