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Young Readers Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day

(EGP photo by Nancy Martinez) From “Miss Spider’s Tea Party” to “Green Eggs and Ham,” school administrators, volunteers and even the Cat in the Hat read... Read more »

Roosevelt Plan Will Consolidate Small Schools

After hours of taxing discussions regarding the future of Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, a committee representing the school’s seven small schools this... Read more »

Mark Keppel Among Top Finshers in Academic Decathlon

Beverly Hills High School was the winner of the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon, earning 53,990.3 points out of a possible 60,000. Mark Keppel High School... Read more »

Local Students Take Financial Literacy to the Street

(Photo courtesy of Pan American Bank) Armed with information and good intentions, a group of local students took to the street last Saturday to inform families about... Read more »

Escutia Calls for Probe of Sexual Abuse of Latino Students In LAUSD

Former state Sen. Martha Escutia, now a partner at an Irvine law firm, called Monday for an independent investigation of what she called disproportionate sexual... Read more »

MUSD Appoints New District Superintendent

(Photo courtesy of MUSD) The Montebello Unified Board of Education unanimously appointed Susanna Contreras Smith to serve alongside longtime Superintendent Cleve... Read more »

Roosevelt’s Future Uncertain: School Scrambles to Meet LAUSD Deadline

A feeling of urgency and uncertainty is in the air at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, where teachers, parents and students are mobilizing for a... Read more »

New MUSD Board Member Refutes Residency Rumors

Montebello Unified School District’s newly appointed board member, Benjamin Cardenas, is refuting rumors that he does not live within the school district. Cardenas,... Read more »

Across the Region, Officials Prioritize Economy and Beautification Projects for 2013

People tend to make resolutions and promises for the New Year that focus on improving their appearance and their financial situations. When EGP asked local city... Read more »

Spanish Literacy Obstacle for Some Seeking “Deferred Action”

Arisbeth Meza came to Phoenix from Mexico City, following the path of her older sister. She was 13 and has been working ever since cleaning the homes of the wealthy.... Read more »

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