Maggie Pulley

educator, parent of three LAUSD and charter kids

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LAUSD classrooms are seeing major disruptions as the district grapples with record COVID rates among students and staff.

Teachers out sick, classes combined: LAUSD weathers Omicron

LAUSD classrooms are seeing major disruptions as the district grapples with record COVID rates among students and staff.

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