Jillian Juman

Founding head, SEED LA

Founding head of SEED LA

Jillian Juman on KCRW

Los Angeles County’s first public school is now accepting applications. SEED LA will select 125 ninth graders who will live on campus five days a week.

Public boarding school plants a SEED in South LA

Los Angeles County’s first public school is now accepting applications. SEED LA will select 125 ninth graders who will live on campus five days a week.

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