A robotic bear, an interactive display of the inner-workings of Star Wars droid BB-8 and the effects of soda on the human body were just a few highlights of this year’s Community Home Education Program, or CHEP... Read More
The Irvine Unified School District and its top administrator were recognized this week for their efforts to strengthen arts education and increase student access. IUSD Superintendent Terry Walker was present... Read More
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
Over the next two Saturdays, more than 500 students from 43 local high schools will participate in the 48th annual Orange County Academic Decathlon, which concludes with the rousing Super Quiz Relay on Feb. 6. ... Read More
It’s Friday, Jan. 22, and the OCDE Newsroom has got a new batch of education headlines for the week. Click through to catch up on stories you might have missed.
This March, tech-minded teachers and administrators will once again gather in Palm Springs for the annual CUE National Conference, featuring the latest educational technologies and innovations. But what about those who can’t make it out to Palm Springs? Well, now there’s a way to participate remotely from right here in Orange County. [...]
It's a new year, and we've got brand new headlines. Click through for our weekly roundup of local education stories.
A new state spending plan unveiled Thursday by Governor Jerry Brown would provide a $5.4 billion increase for California's K-14 public school system. Indeed, the budget proposed for the fiscal year that starts July 1 reflects California’s steady economic improvement — and the governor’s commitment to fully implementing California's new education funding formula. [...]
California students posted a 97 percent participation rate on this year’s statewide English and math assessments, education officials announced Tuesday. And the numbers were just as strong locally.