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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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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.
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Holocaust remembered at LACOE workshop
Eva Brettler retold her story of survival during the "Echoes and Reflections & Elie Wiesel's Night" workshop organized by LACOE's Instructional Technology Outreach Division. 
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Inquisitive minds dig into scientific questions
Young scientists who developed hypotheses based on questions about nature and technology displayed their findings during the LACOE-sponsored Los Angeles County Science and Engineering Fair.
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Record crowd at environmental education fair
The wide range of student displays and exhibits showcasing environmental education resources attracted more than 3,500 people.
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Glendale student wins LACOE Spelling Bee

A 6th grade student from Woodrow Wilson Middle School of Glendale Unified School District is the winner of the 2017 Los Angeles County Elementary Spelling Bee.

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Firefighters bring reading excitement to Special Ed students

Local firefighters joined LACOE students at Bella Vista Elementary School in Monterey Park to celebrate Read Across America Day on March 3.

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Compulsive gambling can ruin lives

Gambling beyond recreational entertainment can hurt families. Some relationships do not survive a gambling problem.

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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.
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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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