LACOE does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, actual or perceived race, actual or perceived gender, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability, or sexual orientation. LACOE complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure equal access to all qualified individuals with a disability. If you are disabled and require assistance in accessing this event, please contact the LACOE Title II Coordinator at (562) 803-8297.
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Piecing It Together: Educating Students Experiencing Homelessness or in Foster Care - May 23, 2019

Date: 05-23-2019
Duration: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: 70.00

Over the past three years, we have needed to integrate many new State laws as well as Federal mandates introduced under the Every Student Succeeds Act. The implementation of these laws impacts the landscape for services for students experiencing homelessness and those in foster care. This all-day interactive workshop will cover the essentials that will assist the homeless and foster liaisons working in districts and charter schools. Laws, policies and promising practices will be highlighted; participants will be able to immediately apply the information as they work through real case scenarios. School and district-level staff who would benefit most from this workshop are homeless and foster youth liaisons, front office personnel, principals, assistant principals, deans, counselors, and new site and district administrators. Topics will include:

  • Homeless and foster youth liaison basics including identification, educational responsibilities, school placement, attendance, transportation, student records, equal access, and much more.
  • Federal and State laws, legislative changes, the impact on service, and promising practices.
  • Transportation
  • Data and documentation
  • LCAP alignment
  • LCFF and funding concerns
  • Access to early education services
  • Transition age youth and access to college
  • Community collaboration
  • And more….

Registration -- lacoe.k12oms.org/2141-153640



Location:

Almansor Court
700 South Almansor Street
Alhambra, CA 91801

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Financial Empowerment for K-12 Teachers: Building Knowledge and Confidence in Personal Finance - June 18 & 19, 2019

Date: 06-18-2019
Duration: 8:00 am - 8:30 am Registration and Breakfast - 3:30 pm
Cost: 75.00

Register at: http://lacoe.k12oms.org/1537-163325

Flyer: Financial Literacy Flyer

REGISTRATION: A registration fee of $75.00 will be paid to LACOE and includes professional development, continental breakfast and lunch. If the teacher attends both days of learning, the registration fee will be refunded by California Jump$tart. In addition, teachers will earn $100 per day of full-day attendance. Raffle: Gift cards and personal financial literacy classroom materials will be raffled throughout the day. An iPad-mini will be raffled at end of the workshop.

FINANCIAL FOUNDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS
An informative and entertaining two-day course for teachers to gain confidence and expertise about their own personal finances, preparing them to teach the same to their students. Financial experts from around the state will address spending and financial planning; credit and debt; saving and investing; risk management including identity fraud and handling difficult financial stresses. Each section will also highlight examples of effective classroom materials that can be integrated into many K-12 subject areas. Hundreds of teachers have taken personal finance workshops sponsored by Jump$tart and its partners in the last few years. In follow-up surveys, 95% of teacher respondents have improved their own personal finances, and 75% have incorporated financial concepts from the workshop into their classrooms.

CALIFORNIA JUMP$TART COALITION’S MISSION IS TO IMPROVE THE PERSONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY OF CALIFORNIA’S YOUTH.
The purpose of California Jump$tart is to improve the quality of life in California by teaching young people how to succeed with money, including organization, earning, spending, saving, investing and credit. Jump$tart is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization affiliated with the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy

 

 

 



Location:

Los Angeles County Office of Education Conference Center Room 606B
12830 Columbia Way
Downey, CA 90242

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2019 California Expanded Learning Summit - September 17th, October 1st, October 4th

Date: 09-17-2019
Duration: N/A - N/A
Cost: .00

Commitment to Equity: Creating Opportunities for all Youth to Thrive 

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Bakersfield, CA - September 17th - Bakersfield Marriot at the Convention Center
Sacramento, CA - October 1st - Doubletree Sacramento
San Diego, CA - October 4th - Hilton San Diego Mission Valley

Looking for Presenters! Submit a proposal - Deadline is May 15th



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, CA

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Educational Excellence: Pathway to Equity Summit - September 24, 2019

Date: 09-24-2019
Duration: 7:30 am - 8:30 am Registration and Breakfast - 2:45 pm Departure
Cost: 145.00

Equity, Assessment and Curriculum Support

The Los Angeles County Office of Education is pleased to invite you to attend the 2019 Educational Equity Summit: Pathways to Equity scheduled for September 24, 2019 at Almansor Court in Alhambra. This event is being offered in partnership with the Association of California School Administrators.  Hear from keynote speaker Dr. John B. King, President and CEO of the Education Trust, and 10th U.S. Secretary of Education.

The summit workshops will focus on the following strands:

  • Leading for Equity 
  • Building Foundations for Success: College, Career and Civic Life
  • Fostering Academic, Behavioral and Socio-Emotional Growth, Pre-K – 12  
  • Engaging Family and Community Partners for Equity and Excellence

To learn more about the summit and to take advantage of the Early Bird registration, access the summit flyer by clicking here

Call for Proposals

If you are interested in serving as a workshop presenter, please access the Call for Proposals form by clicking here. All proposals should be aligned to the conference strands listed above.

Join us as we explore pathways to equity! Register today!

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Registration Fee: $145.00 Early Bird (Ends June 8)  $165.00 Regular (After June 8)



Location:

Almansor Court
700 South Almansor Street
Alhambra, CA 91801

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