The Long Beach Community College District is ending its contract with interim superintendent-president Lou Anne Bynum, a respected administrator who has worked at the college for more than 20 years.
The Long Beach Community College District board of trustees voted to increase the cost of a contract with its board counsel to nearly 18 times its original amount as it continues to feud with and investigate a current trustee and the school’s former superintendent-president.
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.
Lou Anne Bynum spent more than 20 years as a leader at LBCC before taking her current position as a member of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners.
Uduak-Joe Ntuk started out at Long Beach City College as a teen parent from a low-income family. Now he wants to give back.
The Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees took a defiant step against the new administration in Washington last night in passing a resolution that seeks to shield its undocumented students from deportation or any other policies enacted by the nation’s president.
First District City Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez stated she will not be endorsing any candidate running for the Long Beach City College District Board of Trustees, despite official (false) claims of support from rival candidates Vivian Williams Malauulu and Irma Archuleta.
After weeks of public scrutiny and a special public hearing last week to explain the revised parameters of a communication policy aimed at bettering engagement with the communities it serves, the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees approved the policy last night, but not without more last-second revisions.
A special meeting hosted Wednesday night by the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees that aimed to serve as a platform for public discussion on its proposed communication policy started with an awkward moment, as members of the public found their prepared statements were addressing a document that had undergone another round of changes prior to the meeting.
An open forum hosted by the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees Wednesday night will review a policy measure intended to codify communication practices aimed at more thoroughly engaging the community it serves.