Teaching to Change LA is an online journal of , UCLAs Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access. Here you will find the work and thought of educators, students, parents, and activists who confront the most critical issues that schools and communities face across greater Los Angeles.
We want this journal to make public the information and activities that further social justice in our community. Teaching to Change LA promotes youth access to quality schooling, public spaces, and caring communities. We seek to encourage policies that provide families access to decent housing, well-paying jobs, and safe streets. All this requires people, young and old, to participate as public intellectuals in vibrant public life throughout Los Angeles.
Participation as public intellectuals requires public spaces. Teaching to Change LA is one such space where critical dialogues can help us work toward our common goals. We hope that the technology of an online journal will bring people together across the diverse communities of greater Los Angeles.
New editions of Teaching to Change LA will be published monthly. Throughout the year, Teaching to Change LA will post updates, report on breaking news and upcoming events, and host an online forum.
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