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UPDATED: Arts access at LA elementary schools, by the numbers



In this file photo, a baritone rests on a technician's table in Los Angeles Unified's music repair shop.
In this file photo, a baritone rests on a technician's table in Los Angeles Unified's music repair shop.
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Ahead of Tuesday's meeting of the school board's curriculum committee, Los Angeles Unified administrators have released a new document detailing proposed arts access for its 270,000 elementary students next year. 

The extensive spreadsheet is the most comprehensive view yet of arts instruction for the 2014-15 school year, the second school year under L.A Unified's new arts plan. The plan seeks to drastically ramp up arts access for students across the district and restore nearly $16 million in arts funding. 

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Here are six key facts from the spreadsheet.

The documents presented to the board defined the list as "arts services at all 522 elementary schools, primary centers and non-independent charts schools in LAUSD."

The documents have been posted online, (you can check here for access at your school) and are expected to be discussed during the school board committee meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

UPDATE: A school board committee discussed the new arts data Tuesday. To hear details of the meeting, click the audio in the "Listen Now" box on the upper left.