On Tuesday, Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, whose district includes most of Long Beach, introduced AB 169 and AB 170. Both address California’s growing need for qualified teachers, according to a release from his office.
When Governor Jerry Brown unveiled the latest state budget Tuesday there were plenty of critics of the $122.5 billion figure that was laid out, but maybe one of the hardest hit areas in this year’s finances was education, and educators up and down the state made their voices heard.
Lunchtime trash can really pile up, so when it comes to environmental awareness, less can definitely mean more. That’s the lesson environmental education nonprofit Grades of Green wants to teach students as the nonprofit kicks off its fifth annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge.
Tomorrow, the ABC Unified School District (ABCUSD) will be hosting its third annual Summer Fun Run at the Los Cerritos Center Mall—the primary fundraising event for the district’s grant distributor, the ABC Foundation.
An amendment authored by Congressman Alan Lowenthal which would direct $5 million to the national STEM education program STARBASE passed the House of Representatives on June 20.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced at their inaugural innovation and entrepreneurship conference the launch of Innovation Fund SoCal (IFSC), a program which will provide funding and mentoring for up-and-coming entrepreneurs attempting to build their startups.
California Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed 2014-15 budget was released last week and includes a $155-billion-dollar blueprint with the bulk of the new money proposed to be spent going to schools.
After completing an undergraduate education, the common expectation is that you will find a job welcoming you with open arms and a decent wage, that you will earn enough to find your own apartment and have enough left over to enjoy yourself on the weekends. More and more recent graduates are realizing this is more of a myth than anything.