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New funding & accountability systemNew funding & accountability system
The Local Control Funding Formula and related accountability plan represent the most significant education finance reform in four decades. LACOE has set up an online template and review system to assist districts with this process, along with a web page with information and resources....Read more
County schools win big in state decathlonCounty schools win big in state decathlon
Seven of the top ten finishing teams in the 2014 California Academic Decathlon represent schools in L.A. County. They include Beverly Hills, South Pasadena and Redondo Union High Schools. Get all the results....Read more
A virtual chance to shineA virtual chance to shine
The first-ever academic contest between two LACOE schools serving youth incarcerated in the county's juvenile halls was recently held via videoconference between teams from Nidorf in Sylmar and Los Padrinos in Downey....Read more
Building the bridge from school to workBuilding the bridge from school to work
A partnership between educators and employers is helping young people with disabilities achieve the ultimate goal of living and working on their own....Read more
Students celebrate and learn from the pastStudents celebrate and learn from the past
More than 600 young people competed in LACOE's annual History Day L.A., the largest event of its kind in the state....Read more
Free training to focus on students' mental health needsFree training to focus on students' mental health needs
Educators who wish to better support students with mental health needs won’t want to miss a free two-day training set for May 12-13 in Lakewood. The Eliminating Barriers to Learning training aims to provide teachers and school staff with tools to identify, recognize, refer and support students....Read more
Online courses on the Common CoreOnline courses on the Common Core
Check out the schedule of online courses for 2014 aimed at helping educators implement the new Common Core state standards....Read more
Special skills for special studentsSpecial skills for special students
It takes love, patience and some very special skills to work with students with severe disabilities. Learn more about what's involved in effectively serving students with special needs in a short video....Read more
Challenger Reform Task ForceChallenger Reform Task Force
The Task Force oversees the effort to improve educational and rehabilitative programming at the Challenger Memorial Youth Center, a juvenile probation facility in Lancaster....Read more
Resources for school safetyResources for school safety
LACOE's Community Health and Safe Schools program provides links to resources for schools and districts....Read more
The future is here at LACOEThe future is here at LACOE
LACOE’s eBook library will change the culture of book and textbook loans for L.A. County’s middle and high school students....Read more
FCMAT action planFCMAT action plan
An independent review of LACOE by the Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance Team resulted in 400 recommendations for improvement. Track LACOE's progress in responding to the recommendations using our online tool....Read more
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Click to view album: LACHSA Grand Opening Ceremony
LACHSA Grand Opening Ceremony
Click to view album: Los Angeles County High School for the Arts
Los Angeles County High School for the Arts
Click to view album: History Day LA Event 2013
History Day LA Event 2013
Click to view album: Very Special Arts Festival - 10.26.12
Very Special Arts Festival - 10.26.12
Click to view album: iPoly HS Grand Opening - 09.28.12
iPoly HS Grand Opening - 09.28.12
Click to view album: Operation Graduation 2012
Operation Graduation 2012

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