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County education leaders foster civic learning
Civic education took center stage this spring with the Student Voices: Power of Democracy Civic Learning Summit in Downey on May 1.
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Symposium aims to improve education for homeless and foster youth

LACOE and six other county offices of education in Southern California have joined forces to bring together educators, social workers and advocates to improve educational outcomes for homeless students and those in foster care.

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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 autism achieve their maximum potential.
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LACOE celebrates educational excellence
LACOE recently honored the 14 Los Angeles County winners of the prestigious Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association.
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Bringing wellness to the workplace

For LACOE employees who could not find the time to get to the doctor's office, EASE and Human Resource Services had a solution: the Kaiser Permanente Mobile Health Vehicle.

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Going green to celebrate Earth Month

May is Earth Month, and employees are encouraged to participate in LACOE's "green" efforts.

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RIF 'minimal' this year

There will be no Reduction in Force this year for permanent, full-time certificated employees who are LACEA members, it was announced recently.

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Breaking free from domestic violence

Domestic violence can take different forms but its goal is always the same: batterers want to control their domestic partners through fear.

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Support staff honored at special luncheon
On Administrative Professionals Day, support staff enjoyed lunch, raffle drawings and other fun activities at a special event honoring their accomplishments.
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New regional partnership to prepare students for college

LACOE and four other county offices of education in Southern California have teamed up with free online education platform Khan Academy to help prepare students for college. The partnership, which will provide students access to free online tutoring programs, was announced April 24.

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School team raises more than $2K for cancer treatment and research

A team from LACOE's International Polytechnic (IPoly) High School was the top fundraiser for the American Cancer Society at a "Relay for Life" event held April 22-23 on the Cal Poly Pomona Campus.

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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.    
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South Pasadena decathletes bring gold from Wisconsin
Five South Pasadena High School students earned 31 gold medals at the 2017 Academic Decathlon national competition held April 20-22 in Madison, Wisconsin.
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Local schools take home the gold

74 L.A. County middle and high schools are among 275 statewide to be named 2017 California Gold Ribbon Schools.

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Parents of at-risk youth join to overcome adversity

More than 100 parents of at-risk students gathered at LACOE on April 1 for a morning of workshops and motivational talks.

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