The Long Beach Unified School District earned an “A” grade in a recent statewide audit report detailing whether public education agencies provide public records as required.
The nonprofit Californians Aware issued the report using a traditional A to F grading scale. Beginning last November, the organization began auditing more than 250 public education institutions statewide.
After more than a month of correspondence and document collection, CalAware scored each agency on their compliance with both the California Public Records Act and the Political Reform Act, which help to ensure the people’s right to know how their state and local governments are functioning.
Learn more at calaware.org.