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With the deadline to complete the 2020 Census quickly approaching, LACOE is concerned that 41 percent of LA County households have yet to respond and be counted.

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LACOE Superintendent Debra Duardo has launched an advisory council to bring the views of students into conversations and decision-making about public education.

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I am deeply troubled by the current administration’s action on July 21 to exclude undocumented immigrants from being counted in the Census for purposes of determining representation in Congress.

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Los Angeles County social workers now have improved connectivity to youth in foster care, something especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to a partnership between the Los Angeles County Office of Education and Department of Children and Family Services.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for our nation, our state and our county's 80 K-12 school districts. Educators are ea...

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We are grateful to Governor Newsom and California legislators for putting in the hours of negotiations to identify a budget solution that will reduce ...

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On the recommendation of Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools Debra Duardo, the County Board of Education today voted to support Assembly Constitutional Amendment 5, a bill to repeal Proposition 209, California’s ban on affirmative action passed in 1996.

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I am overjoyed by today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to allow the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to continue.

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The Supreme Court’s June 15 ruling is a huge step forward in advancing equality for LGBTQIA+ Americans. It reaffirms what we believe in our hearts: that all people should be treated equally, regardless of who you are or what you look like, or how and whom you love.

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The new guidance from the California Department of Education on how to safely reopen schools contains many of the same considerations that are in our ...

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education is suing the e-cigarette company JUUL Labs, Inc. for its role in encouraging and spreading a vaping epidemi...

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Recent events and media images of violence can confuse and frighten young people who may feel in danger or worry that their loved ones are at risk. They will look to adults for guidance on how to react.

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Today, our children will seek to understand these events. They will turn to us with wide eyes and questions. As adults, we must teach them to peacefully stand up against injustice, racism and inequity. Violence is never the answer.

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The framework focuses on five areas for districts to consider when planning for the 2020-21 school year: high-quality instruction, health and safety, social-emotional support systems, family and community engagement and operations such as budget and facilities.

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education has convened a special task force of school superintendents from across the county to build a framework for...

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