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LAUSD To Resume Some In-Person Tutoring And Child Care Services Next Week

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After taking a hiatus during surging COVID-19 cases last semester, the Los Angeles School District will again offer some in-person specialized services starting next week, district Superintendent Austin Beutner announced during a video update Monday.

Child care, special education services, athletic conditioning and small group tutoring will be offered based on the voluntary participation of teachers.

The district also has hopes of a broader reopening for elementary school students by April 9 — as long as coronavirus cases continue to fall and educators recieve vaccinations.


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