Los Angeles To Offer Alternative Learning Centers For Low-Income Families


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Attention parents!

Good news! The Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department is now offering "alternative learning centers" for low-income families.

The Los Angeles City Council approved a plan to provide $30 million in child care relief for working moms and set up 50 “alternative learning centers”

For parents and students wondering, there are strict safety guidelines to protect from COVID-19. Students who attend will have access to computers and WiFi and help if they need it.

For more information, visit KTLA.

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