Los Angeles Schools Remain Closed and Families Wonder: How Much Longer?

Posted on AllSides March 8th, 2021
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coronavirus, school reopenings, Los Angeles

It has been almost a year since the coronavirus pandemic virtually emptied public schools in Los Angeles and sent Shamael Al-Alim home to take classes from her bedroom.

She does not miss rising at 6 a.m. to catch a bus and a train to her high school. But there is so much that, at 17, she does miss: The prospect of an in-person prom and graduation. The history teacher who ran the social justice club. Pickup basketball in the gym after school — and the coach “who made everybody feel...

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