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SoCal after-school programs to receive White House honors

Courtesy of the Santa Ana Public Library
| Two Southern California after-school arts programs will be honored Monday for helping students boost their learning and life skills.

High schooler teaches social media to LA Unified staffers

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In a role reversal, a high school senior takes the lead in teaching Instagram to a group of Los Angeles Unified School District teachers and administrators.

LA Phil celebrates 10-year anniversary of organ

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The concert, known as "The Organ: Stops, Keys, Pedals and Pipes," is one of a series of events for all ages going on this year to celebrate the organ's 10th year.

Local museum fights declines in field trips with its own bus

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Field trips, once a memorable part of the school experience, have been declining over the past decade as budgets are cut and tests take on more emphasis.

LA Trade Tech students react to Kanye West's campus visit

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The rapper talked with students at Los Angeles Trade Technical College late last week as part of his community service sentence.

Education: Study finds integrating arts in lessons sparks creativity

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The Kennedy Center finds students who had the arts mixed into other subjects — a model favored by L.A. Unified — showed increased creativity and engagement.

Large classes, delays as LA schools' tech system hiccups

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Los Angeles Unified teachers were told not to use the district's new grading and attendance recording system until problems were resolved.

Teachers meet new LA schools arts leader

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Superintendent John Deasy recruited well-known arts educator Rory Pullens from Washington, D.C.'s Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He lays out his goals for KPCC.