Mon. Nov 28th, 2022

Schools across Los Angeles County are participating in a $18-million state grant over the next four years in a push to connect underrepresented students with careers in health and technology. Five California State Universities in the region will be a part of the LA Region K-16 Collaborative grant and will receive $3 million in grant money, according to the Los Angeles Daily News
The schools involved will have to meet specific goals across the four year period to ensure accountability as they work toward building pathways and setting up resources. The funding, facilitated by local nonprofit UNITE-LA, is meant to address both education and workforce gaps fueled by inequities and racism.
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