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Students from six local highs schools exhibit their work at the Long Beach Art Museum.
The former State Superintendent, now chair of the California Department of Education's Instructional Quality Commission, calls LBUSD an effective district that is implementing rigorous standards correctly.
A coach and team members help to convince the Long Beach City Council to proceed with design and bidding for a proposed pedestrian path near the shoreline.
The last of four festivals for incoming 2014- 15 kindergartners and their families is scheduled for 9 a.m. at the Buffum Total Learning Center in Long Beach.
The school board OKs allocation of some funds under the state's new funding formula, giving school sites greater control.
The high school will offer a new Academic Path to Excellence (APEX) program beginning with the freshman class of 2014.
The middle school will be renamed Lindbergh STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy effective August.
Thousands of students enjoy performances by the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra.
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Attendance rates in LBUSD approach 97 percent and are up for each month so far this school year. Suspensions drop more than 30 percent. Updated with school-by-school numbers.
Six local teachers are selected by the Gates Foundation to attend an event celebrating effective teaching. One of the teachers, from Millikan High School, is a keynote speaker.
A nationwide effort to train 100,000 science and math teachers by 2012 enlists LBUSD along with Cal State Long Beach and Long Beach City College.
The two elementary schools are the only individual public schools statewide nominated by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson for the national honor recognizing exemplary environmental practices.
During a special Feb. 11 meeting, the school board hears draft policy recommendations from a diverse committee regarding how best to implement the state's new Local Control Funding Formula for schools.
The recent event, where each of LBUSD's elementary, middle and K-8 schools provided information on their programs, attracted a record 5,400 people.
A former LBUSD superintendent is reappointed to the State Board of Education, and a Wilson High School alumnus wins his third Grammy.