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Event gives boost to girls in STEM

Encouraging young women to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering and math was the focus of a town hall meeting held Feb. 22 at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in Arcadia.

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Science competition builds skills for the real world

For more than 30 years, the L.A. County Science Olympiad has drawn thousands of students from across the region for the love of investigation and problem solving.

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BEST project launches implementation phase
The Business Enhancement System Transformation project is embarking on the first wave of implementation.
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Special ed symposium creates collaborative community
LACOE's first-ever countywide special education symposium drew more than 200 participants from 35 districts.
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LACOE's top teacher brings out the best in all students
Caroline Fernandez's outstanding efforts to help all students to reach their full potential have earned her the title of LACOE Teacher of the Year for 2016-17.
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African American heritage event marks 26th year
LACOE staff recently celebrated African American History Month, highlighting the theme: "Our Children, Our Future -- Continuing the Legacy."
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Good relationships take work
Good relationships don't just happen. Having a long-lasting, happy relationship is not as easy as simply finding that special person.
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South Pasadena is back-to-back-to-back Decathlon champ
South Pasadena High School won the 2017 Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon for the third consecutive year. The school will lead a team of seven others that also quality for the state contest in March.
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Upbeat poems win the day
Cinnemi Diaz captivated the audience with her recitation of Nick Flynn’s poem “Cartoon Physics Part 1” and won the top prize of the 10th Annual L.A. County Poetry Out Loud contest held on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts.
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Adoption of project-based learning for incarcerated youth grows

LACOE's award-winning Road To Success Academy model of instruction has been adopted by the California Division of Juvenile Justice and the El Dorado County Office of Education.

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Educators build capacity to engage parents

Helping districts develop meaningful school-family partnerships is the focus of an annual workshop series organized by LACOE's Division of Accountability, Support and Monitoring.

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Early childhood educators honored

LACOE's Head Start-State Preschool Division honored Irma Delgado from Pomona Unified School District and Bertha Blanco from Mountain View School District with the Golden Apple Award.

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Resources for schools and districts on immigration and future issues
Following the 2016 presidential election, school communities have been affected by the potential for changes to the nation’s immigration laws and policies, increases in hate crimes and bullying and other issues. This page aims to assist educators by providing resources to help them manage post-election issues.
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Have a hope-filled New Year

A new year has arrived, and EASE would like to encourage you to be hopeful. Having hope feels good and is good for you.

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Public meeting on VAPA standards set for Jan. 30
A focus group on revision of the state's visual and performing arts standards will be held Jan. 30 at LACOE.
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