Just over a month after Long Beach educational leaders made the trip to the Nation’s capital with hundreds of other college presidents and administrators
Governor Jerry Brown has awarded the Long Beach College Promise with a $5 million prize to help support higher education in Long Beach, city officials announced Friday.
The Long Beach College Promise was recently accepted as an official member of the Clinton Global Initiative Commitments to Action, officials announced Tuesday.
A White House report released Wednesday, September 9 has recognized the Long Beach College Promise (LBCP) program as one of the successful local initiatives used to help develop America’s College Promise Proposal (ACP), which aims to provide more college access and affordability for millions
Long Beach Unified School District seniors will now be offered two semesters of tuition-free education at Long Beach City College, officials with the Long Beach College Promise announced Thursday morning during a community celebration event at the community college.
The Long Beach College Promise has received national accolades for its innovation in providing not only free access to Long Beach City College, but accelerated learning from elementary on up, as well as a pipeline for qualifying transfer students to continue their education at Cal State Long
Long Beach City College will receive $750,000 to expand its Long Beach College Promise program, a collaboration between the city, Long Beach Unified School District, LBCC and Cal State Long Beach to increase academic success for local students.
On Friday, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1533, authored by Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, making the Long Beach College Promise Partnership Act (The Promise) a permanent program.