Grant High School in Valley Glen wins an all-online 2021 Academic Decathlon with 47 other Los Angeles high schools.
The effort is part of a pilot program called Kids First to help homeless families and children in L.A. get healthcare, tutoring and permanent housing.
Tutoring could be the solution to learning losses brought on by coronavirus-forced school closures. But students who need it the most have the least access.
USC's new freshman class is the largest and most diverse in the university's history, reflecting similar trends in the UC system and coming as overall college enrollment numbers across the U.S. have declined amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In six years, the Trans Lifeline has answered more than 65,000 calls from people seeking support and solace from across the globe.
At the demonstration, protesters called for police agencies to be defunded and residents to vote L.A. County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey out of office.
A project in Los Angeles uses doll play to address the phenomenon of "adultification bias," a form of racial prejudice that can lead teachers and other authority figures to treat Black girls as more mature than they actually are.
Parties and college life go hand-in-hand. But the COVID-19 pandemic has turned collegiate revelry into a highly risky proposition. The first week of classes at USC offers insights into the social order.