Tunette Powell

Parent Project

Interim director of UCLA’s Parent Project.

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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.

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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.

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