Project reinvents civic learning

Project reinvents civic learning

Twelve local high schools are now better equipped to prepare students for college, career and citizenship in the 21st century thanks to the California Democracy School project

Local decathletes win national medals

Local decathletes win national medals

Two South Pasadena high school students won medals in the Academic Decathlon national competition in Anchorage, Alaska

From gangs to good deeds

From gangs to good deeds

It's only a 70-mile trip from Lancaster to Beverly Hills. But for 18-year-old Nic and Anthony, it represents a life-changing journey

New database tool for serving foster youth

New database tool for serving foster youth

LACOE is closing the education gap of students in foster care with the creation of a countywide shared database that allows the Department of Children and Family Services and school districts to store and exchange information

A field day for students who love numbers

A field day for students who love numbers

Record attendance, a standards-aligned contest plus a STEM festival added up to a successful Math Field Day on April 30 at Glendale High School.

Program model for serving at-risk youth

Program model for serving at-risk youth

An inspiring teacher and on-site counseling services help get troubled youth back on track with their education at the Norwalk-La Mirada county community school.

LACOE to revamp special education services

LACOE to revamp special education services

In spite of the trend for local control, the Office is working to preserve and expand its special education offerings by making them more relevant to districts' current needs with a new director on board.

June 24 is 'Maker Day' at LACOE

June 24 is 'Maker Day' at LACOE

LACOE's Instructional Technology Outreach will present a program to explore the Maker Movement in education and how it brings the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards to life.

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Project reinvents civic learning
Project reinvents civic learning
Twelve local high schools are now better equipped to prepare students for college, career and citizenship in the 21st century thanks to the California Democracy School project....Read more
South Pasadena decathletes earn national medals
South Pasadena decathletes earn national medals
Two local high school students won medals in the Academic Decathlon national competition in Anchorage, Alaska. ...Read more
From gangs to good deeds
From gangs to good deeds
It's only a 70-mile trip from Lancaster to Beverly Hills. But for 18-year-old Nic and Anthony, it represents a life-changing journey....Read more
A field day for students who love numbers
A field day for students who love numbers
Record attendance, a standards-aligned contest plus a STEM festival added up to a successful Math Field Day on April 30 at Glendale High School. ...Read more
New database is vital tool for serving foster youth
New database is vital tool for serving foster youth
LACOE is closing the education gap of students in foster care with the creation of a countywide shared database that allows the Department of Children and Family Services and school districts to store and exchange information....Read more
Program offers model for serving at-risk youth
Program offers model for serving at-risk youth
An inspiring teacher and on-site counseling services help get troubled youth back on track with their education at the Norwalk-La Mirada county community school....Read more
Make plans now to compete in 2017 'Acadeca'
Make plans now to compete in 2017 'Acadeca'
Public high schools from throughout L.A. County are invited to take part in the annual competition that inspires scholastic excellence and prepares students for college and careers....Read more
June 24 is 'Maker Day' at LACOE
June 24 is 'Maker Day' at LACOE
LACOE's Instructional Technology Outreach will present a program to explore the Maker Movement in education and how it brings the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards to life....Read more
LACOE looking to revamp special education services
LACOE looking to revamp special education services
In spite of the trend for local control, the Office is working to preserve and expand its special education offerings by making them more relevant to districts' current needs with a new director on board....Read more

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