Keara Williams

High school teacher

High school teacher

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The shift to online learning took a heavy toll on many Black and Brown students within LAUSD. Some didn’t have laptops or Wifi at home.

Ideas for making online education more equitable when school starts in August

The shift to online learning took a heavy toll on many Black and Brown students within LAUSD. Some didn’t have laptops or Wifi at home.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As of last Friday, only a third of Keara Williams’ high school english students had submitted assignments she posted online after her South LA school closed three weeks ago.

Despite poor internet access and language barriers, LA teacher tries to reach students

As of last Friday, only a third of Keara Williams’ high school english students had submitted assignments she posted online after her South LA school closed three weeks ago.

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