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Report cards ranking arts education in LAUSD now available in Spanish

Rock band director Raymond Little, left, conducts practice with students at Carlos Santana Arts Academy

Rock band director Raymond Little, left, conducts practice with students at Carlos Santana Arts Academy in North Hills, Calif. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

Today the Los Angeles Times and Hoy are re-releasing our database detailing the quality of arts education at L.A. Unified schools, this time in Spanish.

At schools.latimes.com/es/grading-the-arts you can find report cards for more than 700 L.A. Unified schools based on a first-of-its-kind survey conducted by leaders of arts education at the district.

This is the first time The Times and Hoy have partnered to publish a database in Spanish.

Last week, The Times published an analysis that found that a quality arts education is hard to come by in the district, along with an accompanying databaseThe story appears today in Spanish on Hoy’s website.

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ryan.menezes@latimes.com

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