L.A. Superintendent Announces In-Person Instruction Groups for Students in Need

Los Angeles Unified Superintendent Austin Beutner said Monday that high need students will soon begin receiving in-person instruction in small groups at LAUSD schools. For the general student population, however, campuses will not be reopening this semester.

LAUSD has been offering live services for special education students on a one-on-one basis until now. The students could be placed in small groups as early as this week.

Homeless students and those in foster care will also receive services.

Read more at CBS Los Angeles


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