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During last week’s Education & Workforce Development Council meeting, the Chamber’s L.A. Cash for College program was recognized by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics as a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education . The Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, Alejandra Ceja, presented the Chamber's Executive Vice President, Education & Workforce Development, David Rattray, and Director of Education & Workforce Development, Paola Santana, with the award. As a result of this recognition, L.A. Cash for College is included in a national database of Bright Spots, listed under K-12 Education and College Access.
Officials from Los Angeles Unified School District and Los Angeles Community College District spoke to the Chamber about district facility bonds.
Education & Workforce Development Committee Meeting
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