Teresa Watanabe

Los Angeles Times

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Education reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Now is usually when college-bound high school seniors are checking their mailboxes for the “big envelope” to see which schools accepted them.

College admissions, classes and costs are changing amid COVID-19

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Do women-only STEM programs discriminate against men?

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For teens in the new era of smartphones, sexting is common. Many school districts, in trying to get a handle on the issue, have treated it as a criminal offense.

Sext Education at LAUSD

For teens in the new era of smartphones, sexting is common. Many school districts, in trying to get a handle on the issue, have treated it as a criminal offense.

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