California schools are extending a warm welcome to Ukrainians who've fled the fighting in their homeland. At least 60,000 Ukrainian immigrants live in California, the second-highest population in the U.S.
Four months ago, Tami Rossell was living out of her van with her three youngest children and parking each night in city-designated safe parking zones. Today, she helps feed the homeless families who were once her neighbors in the lots.
A recent citizens review of the L.A. County juvenile justice system found that the classrooms lack a "culture of learning" and that the quality of the instruction offered "is generally far below expectations."