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LAUSD school finds a way to cope without orchestra teacher

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| Wilshire Crest was among 20 schools that lost a day of arts instruction in December - leaving it without arts access. Parents have brought some arts access back.

Surviving and thriving with the Rainbow Loom craze


To help you navigate the ever-evolving world of looming, we rounded up local resources and turned to some of the top YouTube stars to provide a list of tips.

Artists better educated and gaining ground on unemployment


An new analysis of census data finds artists enjoy a higher level of education than the general US population. 65 percent had at least a bachelor's degree.

Juvenile Court teens face off in an academic competition


The Los Angeles County Office of Education sponsored its 12th annual Academic Bowl for juvenile court school students at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles.

KPCC survey: Arts instruction limited in SoCal schools


While state law requires school districts to give students access to music, dance, theater and visual arts instruction, a KPCC survey found that few can afford it.


LA Fund to help teachers find, get grants


Grants HQ aims to help L.A. Unified teachers beef up limited government funding by securing outside grants for new projects.

Art in the Park: Student showcase headed to downtown LA


More than 2,000 students are expected to attend LAUSD's Arts Fest event in downtown Los Angeles Saturday. Some teachers say they'd prefer art shows at school sites.

Inside the audition: Elite dancers compete for summer training


About 90 students gathered at Westside School of Ballet in Santa Monica for an audition with Boston Ballet. We take you inside the summer program auditions.