Tery Arnold

director of STAR Preparatory Academy in Culver City

Tery Arnold on KCRW

KCRW talks with the directors of three local private schools about how they’re navigating the next few weeks before the fall semester begins, and what they’re hoping will happen during…

LA private schools prep for when in-person classes may resume

KCRW talks with the directors of three local private schools about how they’re navigating the next few weeks before the fall semester begins, and what they’re hoping will happen during…

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