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COLUMN: Do politicians in Los Angeles make the grade?


In elementary and middle school, report cards were always effective in influencing student progression. Even then, however, complaints arose arguing that report cards weren’t accurate measures of determining development. But in a greater sense, that’s untrue. Report cards allow assessment of character highs and lows, specific areas for improvement and overall achievement. That’s why creating […]

Villaraigosa will teach policy at USC


Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has been appointed a professor of practice at the USC Price School of Public Policy. The university announced Villaraigosa’s appointment in a press release on Friday. The title of “professor of practice” is reserved for individuals who have made “significant contributions in the public practice of their field of expertise,” according […]

This Week in Photos: Mar. 26 – Mar. 30


“This Week in Photos” highlights the biggest stories of the week.   First scrimmage of spring lacks offensive firepower>>     The Hunger Games questions morality>>     Expo Line scheduled to open April 28>>     Social media holds users accountable>>     Mayor outlines city plan>>   Former GM pleads guilty to felony […]