Jackie Goldberg

Former President, Los Angeles Unified School Board

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Former Democratic Assemblywoman representing California's 45th District in Los Angeles; former member of the Los Angeles City Council, former LAUSD School Board president, and a former teacher

Jackie Goldberg on KCRW

Physics teacher Brian Lopez says websites are available for kids to continue learning. He's using a platform called Schoology to assign and grade work, plus keep in touch with parents.

Gov. Newsom says schools will likely be out until the fall. LAUSD teachers scramble to adjust

Physics teacher Brian Lopez says websites are available for kids to continue learning. He's using a platform called Schoology to assign and grade work, plus keep in touch with parents.

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