El distrito anunció que había extendido la fecha límite para que los padres seleccionen un plan de aprendizaje desde este viernes hasta el próximo viernes 14 de agosto.
Tensions between the Long Beach Unified School District and its teachers’ union continued to rise on Wednesday evening.
Capping a controversial re-organization process on Long Beach Unified’s Board of Education, Board Member Juan Benitez declined a nomination to be the group’s vice president Wednesday night.
Following a public push to rebrand campuses like Jordan and Wilson high schools, the Long Beach Unified School District is reconvening a committee to identify campuses for renaming and suggest alternatives.
The Long Beach Unified School District unveiled its new platform for distance learning Wednesday night.
One illustration of the tension is a Facebook group called Parents for Teachers LBUSD that rapidly gained more than 5,000 followers over the last few days.
The move comes after prominent local politicians denounced the school board’s decision not to elevate Board Member Juan Benitez to the position of president.
La junta extendió los 30 minutos habituales de tiempo asignado para leer los comentarios públicos a una hora completa, pero aún así solo tuvo tiempo de leer 36 de los correos electrónicos, casi todos en apoyo de la política de equidad.
The board extended the usual 30 minutes of allotted time to read public comment to a full hour, but still only had time to read 36 of the 52 emails submitted, almost all of which were in support of the equity policy.
Long Beach Unified students won’t be going back to the classroom when school starts in the fall, but one aspect of their learning will be back to normal: grades.