Howard Blume

education reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Education reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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LA County’s Office of Education released guidelines today for how to bring its 2 million students back to campuses in the fall.

16 kids in a class, playing alone at recess: What LA schools could look like

LA County’s Office of Education released guidelines today for how to bring its 2 million students back to campuses in the fall.

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This week, Gov. Gavin Newsom said California could face a $54 billion shortfall if the federal government doesn’t provide help.

California’s dire financial picture

This week, Gov. Gavin Newsom said California could face a $54 billion shortfall if the federal government doesn’t provide help.

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” The education reform movement is not only a hoax, it’s dead,” says Diane Ravich.  A one-time advocate of privatization, she’s now fighting “to save public schools.”

In ‘Slaying Goliath,’ former privatization supporter fights for public schools

” The education reform movement is not only a hoax, it’s dead,” says Diane Ravich.  A one-time advocate of privatization, she’s now fighting “to save public schools.”

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