As Los Angeles County Districts/Schools are taking precautionary measures to ensure that not only the health and safety of their students, staff, and community, but mitigating the CoronaVirus community spread by reducing physical contact. The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Curriculum & Instructional Services-Center for Distance and Online Learning recognizes the support districts and schools need with this priority. Below are no-cost Open Educational Resources for teachers and administrators to access and adapt in online learning environments.Access Resources
The TEAL project offers quality professional development in K-6 arts integration education to Los Angeles County School Districts, Charter Networks and Institutions of Higher Education using the blended learning model.
Elevate student voice and leadership. Get inspired. Get involved. Through our long-standing partnership between LACOE's Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) unit and the Directing Change program, students in Los Angeles County can receive targeted support to participate in Directing Change’s categories that uplift student voice and build student leadership around topics related to social justice and health topics (Ages 12 and up), Mental Wellbeing (Middle School), and Suicide Prevention.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education's (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) in the Division of Curriculum and Instructional Services has started work on their new 3-year grant project. The project, entitled the Promising Learners Project (PLP), will support Baldwin Park, Keppel, Monrovia, and Norwalk-La Mirada school districts in Creating Positive Learning Experiences Through a Multi-Tiered System of Support Using Social-Emotional Learning and the Arts! at a total of 11 school sites and 125 classrooms. This grant was awarded through the California Department of Education's Learning Communities for School Success Program (LCSSP).Get more info
Online and blended professional development courses for grade K-12 teachers.
Information and materials on suicide prevention for the 80 school districts in L.A. County.
Strengthening the experience of English Learners by integrating the arts into their education.
Cultivate mindsets, strategize collectively, and build capacity.