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The elementary school is among 335 schools nationwide to earn one of education's highest honors.
Education Week publishes an extensive article on Long Beach's innovative efforts to provide personalized professional development for teachers.
The California Conference for Equality and Justice hosts the annual Gene Lentzner Human Relations Awards on Oct. 15.
The middle school earns the National PTA School of Excellence award for building effective family partnerships.
The Bethune Transitional Center for homeless students wins a national Recognition of Excellence award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The "BREAKING THROUGH Lighting the Way Exhibition" at the Main Library in Downtown Long Beach honors 12 African American women who have made a positive difference in the history and culture of Long Beach.
View the newest edition of the Measure K electronic newsletter, which provides updates on school construction and renovation.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science earns a spot on Newsweek's list of America's top high schools.
The Board of Education has moved its Tuesday, Oct. 6 meeting to Monday, Oct 5.
View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
Long Beach City College will double its free first semester to a full year of tuition-free classes for local students.
The governor praises local education institutions on the College Promise, awarding a $5 million innovation grant to help expand the program.
The U.S. Department of Education OKs a one-year extension of a waiver from certain No Child Left Behind rules for Long Beach and five other California school systems.
Members of the public are invited to comment on proposed revisions to the school district's No Child Left Behind Waiver.
A White House report recognizes the Long Beach College Promise as one of the successful initiatives used to help develop America's College Promise, which aims to make college possible for more students.
A majority of LBUSD students performs at or near the state's new standards.
LBUSD partners with the City of Long Beach to help improve school attendance.
A report from a national nonprofit group describes Long Beach as a statewide model for teacher preparation.