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Angry Parents Show Up At Middle School Questioning Why Their Kids Were Sent Home Ahead Of Vaccination Law

“We’re here to make a formal complaint against the LAUSD,” a parent told KCAL9’s Amber Lee.

08/19/2015

CBS2/KCAL9's Rebecca Ferriter got the chance to interview LAPD Officers  Jonathan Maldonado and Alberto Ledesma for their kindness in helping a young man with his tie.

Social Media Cheers On LAPD Officers For Helping Teen With Necktie Before School

A pair of LAPD officers got a social media “shout-out” Tuesday from a Boyle Heights mom after the officers took time from their duties to help a teenage boy with his necktie for his first day back at school.

08/18/2015

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Students Return To Beverly Hills High For First Time Since Arsenic Discovery

Classes were underway Tuesday at Beverly Hills High School as part of the campus remained off-limits to students following the discovery of arsenic on the school’s lacrosse field.

08/11/2015

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Brentwood Residents Fear Traffic Nightmare From $100M Expansion At Elite Girls School

The Los Angeles City Council was set to vote Tuesday on a $100 million expansion effort at an elite Brentwood girls school despite opposition from residents.

08/04/2015

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School Board Vice President Covers Confederate Flag, Marriage Equality In 10-Minute Rant

The vice president of the Chino Valley Unified School Board is under fire as the result of a 10-minute rant at a board meeting, covering everything from marriage equality to the confederate flag.

07/27/2015

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Ask An Expert: Overcoming First Day Of School Jitters

Overcoming first day jitters — whether for kindergarten or a new school — all starts with the parents, according to two counselors who weigh in on the subject.

07/14/2015

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Student With Down Syndrome Allegedly Dragged By School Aides

The mother of a boy who has Down Syndrome says that her son was dragged from a campus cafeteria to a bus by school aides.

07/13/2015

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Governor Signs Bill Requiring Vaccinations For All California Public School Students

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Tuesday that requires all school children to be vaccinated, according to officials.

06/30/2015

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Parents Sue Oak Park School District For Suspending Students For Making Hitler Joke On Social Media

One mom told CBS2’s Amy Johnson that she wasn’t defending jokes her son Jared tweeted – but says the school went too far.

06/24/2015

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Is Elementary School Named After Confederate General Due For A Name Change?

“It’s like we’re glorifying someone who wanted to keep your grandparents in bondage,” said one parent.

06/24/2015

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Woman Says She’s Among Dozens Of Parents To Sign Petition Asking District To Remove Principal

The parent of a student at a Maywood school says dozens of parents have signed a petition asking the district to remove the school’s head.

06/18/2015

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100 Percent Of Graduates From School In Watts Accepted To College For 7th Consecutive Year

For the seventh consecutive year, 100 percent of the graduates from a school in Watts that serves the underserved have been accepted to a four-year college or university.

06/12/2015

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LA School Board Approves Controversial Course Requirements For Graduating Students

L.A. School Board Member Monica Garcia co-authored a resolution to reboot and extend the plan, with an audit on its effectiveness and services, to help incoming high school seniors graduate.

CBS2 / KCAL9–06/09/2015

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San Marino High Student Claims Teachers Failed To Report Rape Allegations

The lawsuit filed last week against the San Marino Unified School District in Los Angeles Superior Court alleges gender discrimination and seeks unspecified damages.

06/08/2015

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LA School Board To Consider Plan Allowing ‘D’ Students To Graduate

In what is being billed as a major reversal, Los Angeles school officials may be set to vote on a plan that would allow students with a “D” grade to graduate.

06/05/2015

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