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Local schools honored with statewide awards

Congratulations to the Los Angeles County schools and districts honored by the California Department of Education with the following statewide awards. LACOE salutes the teachers, administrators, school personnel and families whose hard work and dedication have created these outstanding learning environments.

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Schools to play key role in 2020 census

LACOE will support public schools countywide to ensure full public participation in the critical 2020 census.

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Empowering women in education

On the eve of International Women's Day, a panel of women leaders in education shared stories about overcoming challenges in their personal and professional journeys as they encouraged other women to aspire for leadership roles.

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Job opportunities in the transportation industry are growing, but the pool of qualified applicants is not. To expose youth to the wide variety of careers in the industry, LACOE has partnered with LA Metro's E3 Educator Exchange program.

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Students explore their creative side

Arts programming is vital to helping at-risk students re-engage in their education. Thanks to a partnership with the nonprofit artworxLA, students in LACOE’s alternative education programs are offered opportunities to explore their creative side and develop hands-on skills in the arts.

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Program honors classified school employees

The California Department of Education's Classified School Employee of the Year Program highlights the contributions of these tireless workers for their dedication to the state's more than six million public school students in preschool through grade 12.

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Young spellers create a buzz at the bee

Twenty-eight students in grades 4 to 6 took part in the 14th annual county bee, which is presented by LACOE for district-level and local spelling champions.

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Triumph and tragedy on display at annual history competition

History Day 2019 engaged some 600 students countywide in performances, documentaries, exhibits, papers, posters and websites on the theme of "Triumph and Tragedy in History."

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Local schools among top in state

Thirty-nine schools in Los Angeles County are among 162 statewide to be honored as 2019 California Distinguished Schools for outstanding programs and practices.

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Getting more girls involved in STEM

At the recent 3rd Annual Los Angeles County Engaging Girls event girls in grades 6 through 12 were encouraged to explore careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

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LAUSD student tops annual recitation contest

Treniece Monè Ward, a senior at Hamilton High School (LAUSD), is the winner of this year's Los Angeles County Poetry Out Loud competition.

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Literacy gets a lift at education conference

Literacy was in the spotlight at a recent LACOE event that drew more than 200 educators countywide who gathered to learn from one another how to engage learners in new and different ways.

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Early childhood educators honored


Two outstanding Head Start educators are the recipients of LACOE’s 2019 Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching and leadership: Ana Heredia of Bassett USD and Angelica Valenzuela of El Monte City SD.

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West High School climbs to victory in L.A. County Academic Decathlon

West High School of Torrance outsmarted all others to win the 2019 Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon (LACAD) team title and earn a berth in the state competition.

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education mourns the loss of Dr. Michelle King. The first African American woman to head the nation's second largest school district, Dr. King worked tirelessly to improve educational outcomes for students of all backgrounds.

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