Month: November 2020

If You Think Remote Learning is Challenging for High School Students, Imagine Being Homeless

  LOS ANGELES – (November 19, 2020) – When you’re not sure where you’re going to sleep at night, algebra lessons or writing a history report are the last things you’re thinking about. These are the challenges faced by housing-insecure students and their teachers every day – especially during remote learning. According to a recent study from […]

Written by on November 19, 2020

High School Media Arts Students Find Workarounds to Keep Their Project Alive Outside of the Studio Classroom

LOS ANGELES (November 13, 2020) – No studio equipment. No access to fancy editing software. No group excursions to shoot footage. How can media arts students who are usually hands-on and shoulder-to-shoulder keep their projects alive during distance learning? Just ask a team of six high school Media Arts students from Learn4Life. They found ways […]

Written by on November 12, 2020

Graduations Don’t Need to Stop for a Pandemic

Since March, our students have faced more challenges than ever – yet 2,500+ kept working hard and earned their diploma. Each of our schools has been creative to make sure that graduating during the school closures was fun and befitting of their achievement. So, we created a video to capture some great graduation moments of […]

Written by on November 10, 2020

Culinary Students Keep on Chopping Remotely

Ever since Julia Childs stepped in front of a TV camera 57 years ago to prepare an omelet, people have been learning culinary skills via television cooking shows. So, it was an easy transition for Learn4Life high schools to continue their Career Technical Education (CTE) classes for aspiring chefs during distance learning. Under the direction […]

Written by on November 10, 2020