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Members of the Teachers Association of Long Beach consider a new contract that would provide teachers their first raise in more than five years.
The team serves Thanksgiving dinner to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The Lakewood Education Foundation awards $48,000 in grants to schools and teachers in Lakewood.
Retired and active firefighters give new bicycles to students at the Bethune Transitional Center for homeless students.
A nonprofit website allows donors to fund specific school projects.
Hundreds of eighth grade families attend regional fairs to select a high school for next fall.
The Long Beach College Promise, which improves college access, may soon be replicated in Los Angeles.
The festivals for incoming 2014-15 kindergartners and their families include parent workshops, free school supplies and dental screenings.
View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
A team of tenth graders from the California Academy of Mathematics and Science surpasses hundreds of teams from throughout the nation during a competition at New York University.
The newest edition of the Measure K electronic newsletter, which provides updates on school construction and renovation, is available here.
The arts high school will undergo a major renovation in fall 2016.
The Long Beach-Yokkaichi Sister City Association honors LBUSD for 50 years of partnership with the Japanese city.
The L.A. Times says LBUSD's career education is among the best in the nation.
The school board OKs a plan to replicate the nationally honored California Academy of Mathematics and Science, bringing CAMS to East Long Beach.
View photos of the annual, districtwide event at Cabrillo High School.