Second year results from the California Department of Education show significant gains in local schools.
One student from each school is honored for persisting and improving, often despite difficult circumstances. View slideshow.
A teacher for the deaf and hard of hearing is surprised with supplies and technology. View video.
Students in grades eight through 10 consider legal careers with the help of experts in the field. View video.
The Campaign for Business and Education Excellence issues its annual list of Honor Roll schools.
Custodians from Tincher and MacArthur schools earn the school district's annual award for exemplary support staff.
Students earn local, regional and state honors in Math, Engineering, Science Achievement contests.
Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser speaks at President Obama's National Teacher of the Year ceremony.
The middle school captures its fourth consecutive robotics title during a competition at McBride High School.
Students from the high school work with their art teacher, a local artist and the City of Long Beach on the beautification effort.
The elementary schools win the California Gold Ribbon Award recognizing exemplary implementation of academic standards.
School Board President Felton Williams will chair the primary coalition of the nation's largest school districts.
More than 150 guest principals visit schools and then gather for a debriefing with community leaders.