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As teacher Ericca Dent struggled with the abrupt shift to distance learning, she started to doubt her effectiveness as a teacher and felt she was letting her students down.

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For California Teacher of the Year Jim Klipfel, teaching is inspiring students to volunteer to give more than the minimum, to do their best and get out of their comfort zone.

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LACOE launched more than 20 “level-alike” groups at the start of the pandemic to disseminate rapidly changing information and share best practices in all areas of school operations to support the county’s 80 districts in navigating the crisis.

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LACOE’s wellness counselors are key to assessing and monitoring the quality of climate and culture in Juvenile Court and County Community Schools, the LA County High School for the Arts and IPoly High School.

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When COVID-19 forced schools to switch to distance learning last year, LACOE Teacher of the Year Theresa Gonzales rediscovered why she had decided to become an educator.

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Rowan, a student in LACOE’s school serving youth at Central Juvenile Hall, has found the power of the written word with the help of the Spirit Awakening Foundation, a longtime partner in serving at-promise youth.

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An effective approach to mitigating the academic and social impacts of the pandemic on students and families just got a boost with a $3 million grant to the Los Angeles County Office of Education, one of eight agencies statewide to be awarded funding in the California Community Schools Partnership Program.

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This is the second week of the State of Minnesota’s trial against Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged with murder and manslaughter ...

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  From bullying to racism – we know that hate shows itself in many ways. Just recently, we saw hate turn deadly when a gu...

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Thirty-one schools in Los Angeles County are among more than 100 statewide to be honored as 2021 California Distinguished Schools for their excellent work in closing the achievement gap or in achieving exceptional student performance.

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Among the social issues exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic is the rise of anti-Asian violence. In February 2020, in Los Angeles, a middle school child was physically attacked and verbally assaulted in the schoolyard. He was accused of having COVID-19 simply because he was Asian-American and was told to go back to China. When he said he wasn’t Chinese, he was punched in the face 20 times.

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education yesterday honored its first cohort of social work interns for their outstanding work supporting student wellness and improving school attendance and student engagement.
 

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Black culture and the contributions of African Americans were on display Feb. 24 at the Kirby Center in Commerce where youth were treated to an interactive learning experience thanks to the efforts of LACOE and Probation staff.

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LACOE has released a report with the aim of initiating informed action with leaders and policymakers to address setbacks in student learning and well-being caused by campus closures and an extended period of distance instruction as a result of the pandemic.

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Mark Keppel High School in the Alhambra Unified School District outsmarted all others to win the 2021 Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon (LACAD) team title and earn a berth in the state competition.

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