Census 2020 - Complete the Questionnaire Today!

Census 2020 - Complete the Questionnaire Today!

 

 

 

Now is the time: go to my2020census.gov 

The purpose of LACOE's Census 2020 page is to provide resources to those seeking information regarding the upcoming Census. Accurate accounting is pivotal since this data is used to determine funds for government programs such as: Early Head Start and Head Start; Title 1 grants; Special Education; Title IV-E Foster Care; Child Care and Development Block grant; also various health programs (Medicaid Part D, CHIP, etc.).

 

Complete the 2020 Census online form!

Complete the 2020 Census online form!

US Census Bureau

US Census Bureau

California Complete Count Committee

California Complete Count Committee

Census Report Form

Census Report Form

Los Angeles Countywide Committee

Los Angeles Countywide Committee

LA County Questionnaire Assistance Centers & Kiosks

LA County Questionnaire Assistance Centers & Kiosks

Count Me In Curriculum

Count Me In Curriculum

Resources for Schools

Resources for Schools

Employment Opportunities in Los Angeles

Employment Opportunities in Los Angeles

Census 2020 Updates
The 2020 Census online form is NOW open, click here to complete!The 2020 Census online form is NOW open, click here to complete!
2020 Census Questionnaire...Read more
Launch of the 2020 Census HotlinesLaunch of the 2020 Census Hotlines
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (“Lawyers’ Committee”), in partnership with the Arab American Institute, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, and NALEO Educational Fund, have launched 2020 Census hotlines for the communities they serve. ...Read more
LACOE to dedicate $2 million for census outreach at hundreds of schoolsLACOE to dedicate $2 million for census outreach at hundreds of schools
The Los Angeles County Office of Education announced Monday that it will dedicate $2 million to help historically under-counted communities conduct an accurate 2020 Census....Read more
Schools to play key role in 2020 censusSchools to play key role in 2020 census
pril 1, 2019 marked the countdown to the 2020 census, the far-reaching national data-gathering effort conducted every 10 years that determines such things as funding for critical services and the number of seats each state will be allocated in the U.S. House of Representatives....Read more
 2020 Census Lesson Plans for California Teachers! 2020 Census Lesson Plans for California Teachers!
Lesson Plans for California Teachers...Read more
Statistics in SchoolsStatistics in Schools
The U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools Program is launching new materials that teach students and their parents why everyone should participate in the 2020 Census....Read more
NALEO’s Digital Communications and Outreach ToolkitNALEO’s Digital Communications and Outreach Toolkit
A bilingual toolkit for partners to engage community members about the importance of self-responding to the Census 2020 during the COVID-19 situation....Read more
Resources from Our Community Partners

Census Bureau’s Language Guides

NALEO's Census 2020 Communications Toolkit

 “Our Kids Count”, fact sheets from First 5 Association of CA: see in English and Spanish.

County of Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

 Los Angeles County’s Complete Count Committee’s Higher Education Toolkit.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ)

First 5 LA

Education Sector
Census Education

Pass Board Resolutions highlighting the importance of participating in the Census.

Promote awareness about the Census 2020 to the students in hard-to- count areas

Engage parents and students in the outreach activities.

Use Count Me In! Curriculum and motivate students to participate in visual and performing arts contests that focus on Census 2020 educational activities.

Host Questionnaire Assistance Centers and Kiosks – to provide access to schools or other facilities in trusted environments to allow the public to complete their Census questionnaires.

Participate in Census Awareness Week (March 23 – April 9, 2020) and

Publicize events that are hosted by school districts and COEs that educate about the Census 2020.