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Keeping abreast of educational trends and policy issues is one of the many challenges faced by local governance leaders. CCBE is committed to keeping you aware of the education issues that are likely to affect your county and students. Whether you're looking for news highlights or the latest news coming out of CCBE, you can find what you need here. If you have news articles and commentaries you would like to include on CCBE's website, please email Charlyn Tuter.

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LACOE warns district to follow through on financial stabilization, or else
By Andre Coleman, Pasadena Weekly ׀ May 3, 2018
The Pasadena Unified School District appears to be inching closer to takeover by the Los Angeles County Office of Education. 
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Siskiyou supervisors see current, future workforce trends
By Danielle Jester, Siskiyou Daily ׀ May 2, 2018
The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors heard a presentation on Tuesday about workforce trends both in and outside Siskiyou County, given by Siskiyou County Office of Education Adult Education Director Heather Stafford. Read more

California schools getting a little greener as environmental education guidelines roll out
By Carolyn Jones, EdSource ׀ April 30, 2018
As Californians celebrate Earth Day and the ecology movement over the past month, the state's public schools are making steady progress in implementing some of the most comprehensive environmental education guidelines in the country.  Read more

Rural schools find ways to bring science innovations closer to home
By Carolyn Jones, EdSource ׀ April 24, 2018
In an effort to bring the latest innovations in science education to students in some of the most remote parts of California, some county offices of education are investing in engineering labs, science camps, mobile classrooms and other initiatives.  Read more

Child poverty drops in California, but is still the nation's highest
By Carolyn Jones, EdSource ׀ April 17, 2018
California's booming economy has led to a slight drop in the child poverty rate, but the state still has the highest rate in the country when the cost of living is taking into account. Read more



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