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Detailed videos on successful practices in Long Beach schools debut at a national gathering of ACT college entrance exam employees and other educators in Iowa.
Attendance at LBUSD school choice fairs sets a new record as parents and students learn about high school programs and the application process.
School nurses go the extra mile to raise funds for the nonprofit Children's Clinic.
The LBUSD Personnel Commission is moving to the former Monroe School site, where offices will open on Nov. 25.
The elementary school is among only 170 schools nationwide that earned the award for excellence in building effective family-school partnerships.
National Review Online reports that among California's largest school systems, LBUSD is the most prepared to teach and test students using the latest academic standards.
The national Daily Beast website includes seven LBUSD high schools on a highly selective list.
View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
The school district will host the next annual fall conference of the Council of the Great City Schools, the nation's primary coalition of urban school systems.
More than 200 guest principals shadow LBUSD principals before sharing their observations at the annual State of Education luncheon event.
Students in the Long Beach Unified School District have significantly improved their physical fitness exam scores, surpassing their counterparts in Los Angeles County and the State of California in all of the grade levels tested.
The popular Saturday festivals for incoming 2015-16 kindergartners and their parents begin with a Dec. 6 event at Dooley Elementary School. Three more of the events will be offered through March.
The meeting originally scheduled for Monday, Dec. 15 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 9.
All three of LBUSD's teachers of the year chose teaching as a second career.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science, a high school soon to be replicated in East Long Beach, ranks fourth on Newsweek’s list of schools that are "beating the odds."