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    Parents Demand Seat At LCFF Table in LA

    Apr 28, 2014

    Michael Lozano

    Parents from across Los Angeles gave mixed grades for the district’s approach in involving them in budgetary decisions Wednesday, at a forum hosted by New America Media and organization Families In Schools, intended as an outlet for parents to voice their concerns.
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    lcff hearing

    Parents Demand Seat At LCFF Table in LA

    Apr 28, 2014

    Michael Lozano

    Parents from across Los Angeles gave mixed grades for the district’s approach in involving them in budgetary decisions Wednesday, at a forum hosted by New America Media and organization Families In Schools, intended as an outlet for parents to voice their concerns.
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    Students Finally Tasting the Difference in School Lunches

    Apr 16, 2014

    Evan Cornutt

    Cal State Long Beach student Blake Dempsey remembers one thing more than any other about his time growing up in the Long Beach Unified School District: the food.
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    Students Finally Tasting the Difference in School Lunches

    Apr 16, 2014

    Evan Cornutt

    Cal State Long Beach student Blake Dempsey remembers one thing more than any other about his time growing up in the Long Beach Unified School District: the food.
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    Farmworker Program Gives Adults Second Chance at High School Diploma

    Apr 09, 2014

    Natalia Cervantes

    Fernando Arredondo was only 17 when he became a father and dropped out of school to support his new family. While he raised his children, his girlfriend finished high school, and went on to college. She is now supporting the family so that Arredondo can earn his diploma.
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    FIELD diplomas

    Farmworker Program Gives Adults Second Chance at High School Diploma

    Apr 09, 2014

    Natalia Cervantes

    Fernando Arredondo was only 17 when he became a father and dropped out of school to support his new family. While he raised his children, his girlfriend finished high school, and went on to college. She is now supporting the family so that Arredondo can earn his diploma.
    Continue to Coachella Unincorporated