Liz Dwyer

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Education writer for Take Part and parent of two LAUSD students

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LAUSD announced on Monday that students won’t return to in-classroom learning when school starts on August 18. How will parents and teachers plan for more remote learning?

LAUSD will be all-online this fall. How a parent and a teacher are planning for it

LAUSD announced on Monday that students won’t return to in-classroom learning when school starts on August 18. How will parents and teachers plan for more remote learning?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Last week, Liz Dwyer got a phone call that nobody ever wants to get. Her husband, Elarryo Bolden, had been hit by a truck while riding his bike. The driver fled the scene.

Hit-and-Runs in Los Angeles

Last week, Liz Dwyer got a phone call that nobody ever wants to get. Her husband, Elarryo Bolden, had been hit by a truck while riding his bike. The driver fled the scene.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California counties sue the pharmaceutical industry, the health of California's beaches, and an in-depth look at school segregation in Los Angeles.

Fault Lines: School Segregation in Los Angeles

California counties sue the pharmaceutical industry, the health of California's beaches, and an in-depth look at school segregation in Los Angeles.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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