A new education bill — which State Assemblyman Patrick O'Donnell, D-Long Beach, introduced last week, seeks to limit liability related to the coronavirus for school districts this fall.
Chair of Assembly Education Committee Concerned Lawsuits Can Hamstring School Districts’ Finances When They Reopen
Assembly Bill 2932 Speeds Up Construction of Long Beach Sidewalks and Curb Ramps
Statewide Education Leaders to Participate and Testify
State Legislature's Budget Shields Schools from Cuts
Chair of Assembly Education Committee Concerned About Equity
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D-Long Beach) criticized the University of California’s decision to eliminate the SAT and ACT as a requirement for admission.
Businesses should be able to open if they have limited capacity, require masks and enforce social distancing
Here’s a chance to fight COVID-19 and serve the community
On Tuesday, May 12, Dr. Brian Jersky, Vivian Malauulu, Dr. Otto W. K. Lee and myself held a telephone town hall on higher education. Below is a summary of our discussion on campus closures, remote learning and reopening plans at CSU Long Beach, Long Beach City College and Los Angeles Harbor College
State Update on Higher Education
Assembly Bill 2932 Ensures Long Beach Sidewalks Are Safe and Accessible for Residents