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22 Schools Among County's Best

Twenty-two schools in the Long Beach Unified School District are among 278 in Los Angeles County that are leading the way toward closing achievement gaps for low-income African American and Latino students, according to a study, “2020 Top Los Angeles County Public Schools.”

The report was released by the nonprofit Innovate Public Schools organization in partnership with the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation, and the USC Rossier Center on Education Policy, Equity and Governance.

Local schools earning the honor include Bryant, Chavez, Dooley, Herrera, Holmes, Jefferson, King, Lafayette, Lincoln, Mann, McKinley, Muir, Oropeza, Powell, Riley, Robinson, Roosevelt, Signal Hill, Stevenson, Washington, Webster and Willard.

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