State of Affairs, Students with Disabilities Report, Food Friday: LA River Camp Coffee
State of Affairs
Polls show Bernie Sanders leading in California. Sanders' rise has some Democrats worried about the future of the party. Meanwhile, the CA GOP hopes to reclaim seats they lost in 2018. Can they do it?
- Roy P Crocker, Professor of Politics at Claremont McKenna College
- Marisa Lagos, Political Correspondent for KQED
Pace Report on Students with Disabilities
There are 725,000 K-12 students in California who receive special education services -- and a new report says that the state has a long way to go to adequately meet the needs of these kids. With us to break down their findings is Heather Hough, executive director of Policy Analysis for California Education.
- Heather Hough, Executive Director of Policy Analysis for California Education
OCSA 4: OCSA Future Plus Followup
The Orange County School of the Arts has appealed its charter renewal to the Orange County Board of Education, in hopes that the county department will authorize their charter instead. We take you into the board room and hear the arguments for and against the school. Then, we follow-up with KPCC's Arts Education reporter for more.
- Carla Javier, KPCC Arts Education reporter
UCSB Grad Students Strike
In solidarity with UC Santa Cruz, hundreds of UCSB grad students go on strike to demand a pay increase that coincides with their costs of living. They say that their wages don't allow them to provide for their families.
- Megan Newsome, a graduate student in Astrophysics at UCSB
Food Friday: LA River Camp Coffee
Looking for the most DIY cup of coffee in LA? We found it. A Martinez visits L.A. River Camp coffee, a once a week informal open-air "cafe" that pops up every Wednesday.
- Aaron Rickel, LAist writer
- Errin Vasquez, founder of L.A. River Camp Coffee
Frankenstein rises again. The Industry presents their newest immersive opera. Puppet shows and a carnival usher in Bob Baker Day. L.A.'s LGBT Center holds a wellness fair in South L.A. Cuteness abounds at a dog show in Pomona. Bighorn sheep get counted. A Jewish American music festival plays to the beat of many different drums.
- Leo Duran, Take Two