This state legislation was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown and took effect on Jan. 1, 2016. Here’s a list of common questions and answers, courtesy of the California Department of Education.
OCDE supports student achievement through high-quality training opportunities for teachers, administrators and support staff.
California’s standards for English and math were designed to reflect the knowledge and skills students will need to be successful in college and beyond.
Educational options in Orange County include high quality charter schools that emphasize rigorous academic standards, innovative programs and responsible business practices.
As part of California’s new funding formula, school districts, county offices and charter schools are required to annually update Local Control and Accountability Plans, or LCAPs.
The following public notices are posted for informational purposes for Orange County community members.
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