Tag Archives: School-of-Choice

School-of-Choice Traffic Problems Acknowledged by Long Beach City Council

Long Beach City Council Chamber

Long Beach City Councilmembers Suzie Price (3rd District), Daryl Supernaw (4th District), and Stacy Mungo (5th District) drafted a measure requesting that the City Manager address school parking and school traffic congestion issues by increasing communication between the City of Long Beach and Long Beach Unified School District and drafting a list of schools with the most traffic congestion issues. ...

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LBUSD’s School-of-Choice Traffic Hits East Long Beach Neighborhoods Hard

LBUSD's School-of-Choice traffic hits east-side Long Beach neighborhoods hard.

Data obtained by the School Neighbors Association from Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) indicate that there were 20,363 School-of-Choice participants at LBUSD schools during the 2013-14 school year.  By definition, School-of-Choice participants attend a school located away from their home school, which typically prevents them from walking to school and instead results in these students being driven across town ...

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