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The 74 is getting into Spanish-language education reporting, starting in Los Angeles
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The 74 is getting into Spanish-language education reporting, starting in Los Angeles
“I’m not just looking for someone who is able to interview in Spanish. I want someone who is a native Spanish speaker, who really knows this community and its needs around education.”
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