Glendale student wins spelling bee

Glendale student wins spelling bee

"Coincidental" was the winning word for 6th-grader June Musurlian of Woodrow Wilson Middle School at the 2017 L.A. County Spelling Bee. Students from San Marino USD and San Gabriel USD took second and third place, respectively

County schools take home the gold

County schools take home the gold

Seventy-four L.A. County middle and high schools have been named California Gold Ribbon Schools and are among 275 statewide to receive this top honor

Parents join to overcome adversity

Parents join to overcome adversity

More than 100 parents of at-risk students gathered at LACOE for a morning of workshops and motivational talks. It was the first such countywide event for families of students in Juvenile Court Schools and Alternative Education programs

Scholastic event helps students touch the past

Scholastic event helps students touch the past

More than 600 students in grades 4 to 12 from public and private schools countywide gathered to showcase their scholarly work at the 36th Annual History Day L.A.

Students leave camp ready to work

Students leave camp ready to work

Young women detained at Camp Scott in Saugus just got a leg up in the job market by earning a Work Readiness Certificate through the L.A. Youth at Work program, made possible through a partnership between LACOE and the Chamber of Commerce

Holocaust study is focus of event

Holocaust study is focus of event

Eva Brettler shared her story of survival at a workshop organized by LACOE Instructional Technology Outreach aimed at connecting educators with resources to help students learn about the Holocaust in engaging ways

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Meet the L.A. County Golden Bell Winners
Meet the L.A. County Golden Bell Winners
LACOE recently honored the 14 L.A. County recipients of the coveted Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association and produced videos about each award-winning program....Read more
School embraces inclusionary practices
School embraces inclusionary practices
On the sprawling campus of Lawndale High, LACOE teacher Denise Frelot literally goes the extra mile to ensure her students with special needs achieve their maximum potential. ...Read more
Simple act offers lesson in social responsibility
Simple act offers lesson in social responsibility
Young men detained at the Challenger Memorial Youth Center in Lancaster recently touched the lives of those less fortunate in the community without leaving the facility by participating in the #HashtagLunchBag campaign....Read more
New partnership to prepare students for college
New partnership to prepare students for college
LACOE and four other county education offices have teamed up with free online education platform Khan Academy to help prepare students for college. ...Read more
Events foster civic learning
Events foster civic learning
Civic education took center stage this spring with the Student Voices: Power of Democracy Civic Learning Summit on May 1 and the California Civic Learning Student Showcase on May 13. ...Read more
Symposium puts focus on homeless and foster youth
Symposium puts focus on homeless and foster youth
LACOE and six other county offices of education have joined forces to improve educational outcomes for homeless students and those in foster care. ...Read more

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