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The Piggy Box and the importance of teaching our kids about money

Earlier this week, on November 17, National Entrepreneur’s Day celebrated the brilliant minds who have changed the way we live and laid the foundation...

LAUSD educators attempt to better special education under COVID-19 circumstances

Once, Caitlin Parry taught a lesson to her preschool student while he climbed up stairs and over furniture. “I was doing a rhyming activity with...

FAFSA opens October 1: Here’s what to know

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid opens up tomorrow, October 1. Better known as FAFSA, the application puts you on the path to...

News of the Day: CSU selects its new chancellor

On Wednesday morning, the California State University system announced Joseph I. Castro as its eighth chancellor, the first California native and Mexican American to...

A new academic year starts under a pandemic, high schoolers adjust

High school students across Southern California are adjusting to pandemic-imposed regulations as the new school year begins.   Torrance, California Sisters Emma and Olivia Crump began school...

How to get through a virtual school day, for you and your kids

For a myriad of reasons, distance learning is complicated. But as the United States grapples with navigating a school year under threat by the...

Back to school at zoom university

The University of Southern California’s campus is normally flooded with students on their way to class, studying with friends or just hanging out. With...

Los Angeles and beyond: Where to find free school supplies

Distance learning or not, shopping for back to school supplies can be expensive. According to the National Retail Federation, pandemic-induced circumstances are supposed to...

Culturas Corner: Meet Gina Clayton-Tarvin

As part of our mission to uplift cultural diversity, we are kicking off Culturas Spotlight. The series highlights individuals who make their community a...

My son didn’t get into any of the schools he wanted. My disappointment made me realize I’d been hoarding opportunity.

When my younger son applied for middle school this spring, we knew things would be different from when his older brother...
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Looking back: The chilling truth of Native American boarding schools

“Kill the Indian...Save the Man” was the model for the Native American boarding schools in the late 1800s.  In 1893, Col. Richard H. Pratt started...

Culturas Corner: Meet Black & Pink

Culturas Corner highlights those who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about organization...

Thanksgiving deliberations: students reflect on the U.S. failing of Native Americans

In fifth grade, Moakeah Rivera stopped saying the Pledge of Allegiance. To her, America was only a country that had failed her ancestors.  Every year...

SoCal persists in giving back for Thanksgiving, and so can you!

Despite complications imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations across Southern California are finding a way to give back to the community.  With the pandemic still...

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