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Teen addiction to smartphones is as observable as the noses on their faces, and the effects are increasingly backed up by data. Schools that keep phones out of reach during class see better grades and less cyber bullying.
Los Angeles school officials — fed up with kids distracted by social media and concerned about abuses such as cyber bullying — are poised to join a growing number of school systems across the country.
Los Angeles Unified School District is investigating claims that a user on the dark web posted student information including home address, homelessness status, disability status and contact information for relatives.
The Los Angeles Police Department has stopped posting crime numbers to its public website after rolling out a new recordkeeping system and changing the way it counts burglaries, assaults and other crimes.
With the federal government poised to slash subsidies for Internet service, L.A. County has started work on a wireless broadband network that will deliver high-speed connections for as little as $25 a month.
A $30 million project to modernize bus shelters in Los Angeles considers them as mobility hubs that could house modern amenities like digital screens, e-bike and e-scooter docking, dimmable lights and movable shade structures.
The Port of Los Angeles stands out for strong cyber defenses, but at other ports across the country, cybersecurity capabilities can vary wildly. The White House seeks to change this.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority recently opened another 5.6 miles of bus priority lanes, giving the region a total of 51 lane miles designed specifically for public transit. Another 46 miles are coming next year.
“Ed,” an interactive co-pilot that allows students to access learning materials, and parents to monitor their child, will be available to all families in the Los Angeles Unified School District in the coming weeks.
Point-in-time counts show government officials how and where homelessness impacts communities, informing the equitable distribution of resources. GIS tech and new processes are improving the accuracy of these counts.