Education

Actress Viola Davis addresses Loyola graduates

Wave Wire Services INGLEWOOD — Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis urged graduates of Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School to live their lives bravely. “Will...

Community colleges play vital role in minority communities

By Janice Hayes Kyser Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — A recent study conducted by the Los Angeles Economic Development Commission (LAEDC) examining the disparities in education...

School districts to determine mask requirements

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Masks will be required for students and staff at California school campuses this fall, but revised guidance issued by...

Lynwood High building to be demolished, rebuilt

By Alfredo Santana Contributing Writer LYNWOOD — The three-story classroom building at Lynwood High School that suffered the collapse of its outdoor ceilings last summer will...

Culver City Middle School students explore racial divide

Wave Staff Report CULVER CITY — Culver City Middle School conducted what school officials called a successful “Just Say Hello Week,” designed to bridge racial...

State legislation could hurt non-traditional charter schools

By 2 Urban Girls Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — The COVID-19 pandemic brought about an unprecedented need to reimagine the education system. Despite parents having more alternatives...

Schools safer than youth sports programs, official says

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — Schools reopening across Los Angeles County are showing excellent compliance with COVID-19 protocols, with the county's public health director...

LAUSD to reopen 61 elementary schools April 12

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Unified School District is moving ahead with plans to reopen 61 elementary schools and 11 early...

Whittier Boys and Girls Club honors students of year

Wave Staff Report WHITTIER — When La Serna High School junior Keyaira Bascus moved to Whittier she felt tested by her fears and insecurities and...

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