For many low-income students in North Long Beach, earning a higher-education degree is a struggle, especially when it means riding the bus for hours to the nearest city college.
School busing peaked in the Long Beach Unified School District in the late part of the last century for a variety of reasons. The fact that baby boomers were in their schooling years was a main cause for the...
A local arts education nonprofit announced this week that it has received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will benefit low-income middle school students in Long Beach Unified School District’s gifted and talented education...
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