Each year around this time, more than 500,000 students in grades four through 12 take part in National History Day contests throughout the U.S. If you haven't heard of National History Day, the program chall... Read More
Lawsuit filed by OCDE, county supt. targets fees levied by Orange County Employees Retirement System
In a lawsuit filed Feb. 23, Orange County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Al Mijares and the Orange County Department of Education have asked the courts to affirm that the Orange County Employees Retirement Syste... Read More
Did you know Orange High School is home to an award-winning agriculture program? And that it’s been operating for more than 110 years? We wanted to learn more, so we recently dispatched our intrepid Media S... Read More
Every Friday, the OCDE Newsroom posts a roundup of the latest education headlines. Click through to review the big stories from this week.
How does OCDE’s Information Technology team support students and educators throughout Orange County? If you’ve got 30 seconds, IT Director Louis Mazzarini will explain. [...]
The Tustin Unified School District and the Tustin Public Schools Foundation are jointly hosting their second "Connect Institute," a technology and learning conference, from Feb. 24 through Feb. 26. More than 1... Read More
Canyon High School in the Orange Unified School District has earned top honors in this year’s Orange County Academic Decathlon. With 50,675.50 total points, the Canyon team was announced as the Overall Team... Read More
A federal district court has ordered the California Department of Education to disclose personal student information – including documents and data dating back to 2008 – to plaintiffs who initiated a ... Read More
Noted neuroscientist and musician Charles Limb, who has extensively researched how the brain creates and responds to music, will be the featured speaker at next month's seventh annual Creative Edge Lecture, whi... Read More
Another week is in the books, and we’ve got a recap of some of the education news you might have missed. Click through to get caught up.