Educators Visit from 10 States

The Long Beach Unified School District recently hosted more than 60 visitors from 10 different states, as education practitioners and officials observed schools and offices here to learn about exemplary practices.

In addition to visits from California Department of Education officials and representatives of the National Governors Association in Washington, D.C., the school district hosted visitors from Illinois, Tennessee, Georgia , Wisconsin, Missouri, Massachusetts, Ohio and North Carolina.

Many of the visitors were part of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Pathways to Prosperity network, a collaboration with Jobs for the Future and six states focused on helping more students complete high school ready for college and careers.