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This sounds so much better than taking shop: The new East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy of Urban Planning and Design, a planning academy for teens, just opened on the Esteban Torres High School, according to Metropolis Magazine. While it sounds like the academy is still getting kicked off, the East LA academy joins "two other urban planning–focused high schools in the United States: the New York City Academy of Urban Planning, which opened in 2003, and Milwaukee’s School for Urban Planning and Architecture, founded in 2007 by the University of Wisconsin." [Metropolis]