In December 2016, sixth-grade teacher Mandy Kelly asked her class at Trabuco Mesa Elementary School in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District to perform one random act of kindness every day for an entire... Read More
Scores of students, teachers and other school staff will drop, cover and hold Thursday as part of the Great California ShakeOut.
The event will involve millions of Californians who will practice for a big quak... Read More
As part of a growing statewide effort to have more students take the SAT and PSAT, the Orange Unified School District provided the exams at no cost to about 8,000 students earlier this month.
This is the thi... Read More
In a region increasingly defined by high housing costs, Orange Coast College is poised to become the first community college in Southern California to provide on-campus housing for students.
A 323-unit complex... Read More
This week, nearly 100 teachers, coaches, consultants and administrators are engaging in in-depth conversations about language acquisition and multiliteracy at the 26th Annual OCDE Project GLAD® NTC Conference.
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(A previous version of this post ran in September. This version has been updated with new information.)
Gov. Jerry Brown has been busy over these past few weeks signing dozens bills into new state laws. They... Read More
OC Pathways has been nominated for the eighth annual Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet Awards by the Orange County Business Council.
The program recognizes the work of local government agencies that have impl... Read More
Introducing the SAKtivists: From left, sixth-graders Rilan, Jonny and Sydney are joined by their teacher, Mandy Kelly, and her former students, eighth-graders Denali and Kyra.
It began with a simple classro... Read More
With election day just one month away, the effort to register more young people to vote continues to be a priority for many across the country.
At Laguna Beach High, a campaign to register voting-age student... Read More
The Orange County Department of Education has tapped Analee Kredel as its newest chief of Special Education Services.
Kredel, who had served as a program administrator with the department, assumed her new ro... Read More