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LAUSD Board To Meet Publicly Today For The First Time Since Pandemic Began

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While both the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and L.A. City Council have continued to hold remote meetings throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the L.A. Unified School Board hasn’t met in open session since March.

That streak is due to end today at 1 p.m., when the school board is set to meet. Here’s what they’re talking about:

Here’s a live stream where you can watch the meeting and the webpage where the meeting materials are posted. To address the board during the meeting, you’d have to go to LAUSD’s headquarters downtown, but you can also send a public comment via email.

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