A Summer of Learning and Fun Despite Funding Cuts
August 1, 2012
Philanthropy often reaches communities on the heels of strategic initiatives, years in the making. Sometimes, though, real-world problems demand urgency and innovation, new partnerships, and immediate action. In early June 2009, Los Angeles Unified School District announced budget cuts that began dismantling summer school programs throughout the city—immediately. Without warning, families found themselves without access […]Read More
Summer Not So Bright For Kids in L.A.
June 13, 2012
This summer, almost all of Los Angeles Unified’s 664,000 students will be out of school. Due in part to changes in the school calendar, the opening of new schools, and budget cuts, many of these students will have limited options during the summer months. In past years, the LAUSD provided robust summer programming through Beyond […]Read More
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