Christopher Steinhauser, LBUSD Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, CSULB
Long Beach Partnership: History & Goals 1994: Collaboration of education, political, business and community leaders to address economic, social and educational difficulties Alignment of academic content standards, instruction and assessment across all segments Coherent exit and entry expectations across all institutions Rethinking of preparation and professional development across the segments
Our Collaboration: Why It Works Shared commitment to our students PK-18 Mutual respect On-going opportunities for collaboration Community expectations The “Long Beach Way” Commitment to Continuous Improvement Process
Long Beach Education Partnership: On-Going Initiatives Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP) Urban Teaching Academy (UTA) Ed.D in Educational Leadership Long Beach College Promise Linked Learning Early Assessment Program (EAP)
AVID Population Targets Long Beach Scholars: Designed to assist students in understanding that they are living for their future! Promoting school-wide culture of higher expectations and support academic and social development. All 4 th Graders visit Long Beach City College. All 5 th Graders visit California State University, Long Beach.
Long Beach College Promise A Tuition Free Semester at LBCC. Guaranteed College Admission to CSULB for students who complete minimum college preparatory or transfer requirements. Early and Continued Outreach to students and parents beginning in the sixth grade and continuing through college. Support for the Various Pathways to higher education that students may choose to take.
Linked Learning: The Engine of High School Reform Overview: Student choice among several different multi-year programs of study, which combine academic and technical skills, organized around broad industry themes (i.e. biomedical sciences; engineering; arts, media, entertainment) and prepare students for full range of post-secondary options, including: 2- and 4-year college/university admission Apprenticeships Military Formal employment training Careers
Percent of LBUSD Graduates Enrolled in College The percentage of graduates have increased over the past 4 years and is above state average. Half of graduates pursuing higher education attend LBCC or CSULB.
CSU Early Assessment Program (EAP) English & Math College Readiness 2004200520062007200820092010* Math-Unconditional Exempt168149165169198216340 Math-Conditional Exempt6807057818038519421005 Math Exempt Totals8488549469721,04911581345 English Exempt Totals6388406068228898161080 * Preliminary estimated results Grade 11 students who are enrolled in Algebra II or who have completed Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II courses, are eligible to take the Math EAP assessment.
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