Students from the Adult Community Transition program were able to play soccer on a team—many for the first time—using wheelchairs pushed by "wingmen," plastic guards to protect their legs and pursuing a giant soccer ball.
The new Cal State Long Beach Downtown classes will include project management, cybersecurity, social work and other subjects that can benefit professional growth in the city's westside and downtown business districts.
byCity News ServiceinEducation
This year students addressed the theme, "What does it mean to be American? Choose a constitutional right, national characteristic, or historic event and explain how it defines the American experience."
The increasingly popular ocean science class at St. Anthony High School saw its second class of student divers scuba certified recently after diving in Catalina and Laguna Beach.
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