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(Photo: United Teachers Los Angeles) Catskill Avenue Elementary, located about 14 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, is a “legacy school,” says 5th grade teacher Elizabeth Untalan. “It’s been around for 71 years….Grandparents, great-grandparents, daughters son have all gone through our doors.” But Untalan and many of her colleagues and neighborhood parents are worried. They believe
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Photo: Joe Brusky Anyone who may have been under the impression that the #RedforEd movement was just a “2018 story” better brace themselves. Thirty-three thousand educators in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) – the second largest district in the country –  are on the verge of striking to halt years of budget cuts, ballooning
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