Interim Superintendent-President Lou Anne Bynum was granted a $48,000 raise and a 6-month extension in a Thursday morning 3-2 vote.
Lou Anne Bynum was appointed as head of the college district in March at a salary that pays her about $20,000 per month. The board could extend Bynum’s interim contract to next March and give her a $4,000 bump in monthly compensation.
The $58,000 raise comes as the district is facing the looming possibility of a 10% budget cut that would likely come with furloughs and layoffs.
At Alexander’s house in East Long Beach, he hosted a 25-hour long D&D-a-Thon just a few weeks before COVID-19 shut down the city’s schools.
LBUSD administrators gave a peek at what to expect in the fall, when they plan to resume in-person classes.
Six California school districts representing more than 900,000 students say the governor’s proposed budget cuts will delay the reopening of schools.
“To see someone that looks like you, you start to think about that idea of a job or career. If you don’t see someone in front of you then it’s harder to imagine that.”
When Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state was facing a $53.4 billion budget deficit last week, it painted a bleak picture for the city of Long Beach, where public education is far and away the largest employment sector.
Classes will remain primarily online during the fall term throughout the California State University system, Chancellor Timothy White announced today.
Instead of usual 220 credits, students will only need the California minimum of 130 credits to get a high school diploma.