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Headlines and Features
December, 2014 Juvenile Hall Writing Exchange
Writing Blog Participants from Fresno and Butte County  READ MORE...
TMS December 2014 Newsletter
Table Mountain School shares December 2014 Newsletter  READ MORE...
FFC Raises Funding Cap to Finance Expansion of Schools and Libraries Wi-Fi Broadband Coverage and Capacity
The accomplishments of the E-Rate program over the last decade and a half are something we should all be very proud of  READ MORE...
Native Youth Education in State of Emergency
education data show that American Indian and Alaskan Native students are faring the worst of all U.S. ethnic groups  READ MORE...
The Hour of Code is Coming Again!
Join BCOE by participating in the largest learning event ever  READ MORE...
Butte County Superintendent of Schools Invited to the White House ConnectED to the Future Event - SEE NEW ARTICLE
Congratulations to Superintendent Taylor for taking the Future Ready Pledge and committing Butte County to lead a transition to innovative teaching using technology.  READ MORE...
Libraries are Advancing and Inspiring Schools and Communities
It’s well known that public libraries are no longer just about the books — even e-books  READ MORE...
Christina's Smile On the Road Again
Christina’s Smile, a nonprofit mobile dental care facility, provides free dental care to children in need.  READ MORE...
Valley Contractors Exchange [VCE] Donates to Fair View ROP
VCE steps up with generous donation to ROP  READ MORE...
October, 2014 Juvenile Hall Writing Exchange
A collection of powerful writings and talented artwork.  READ MORE...
Bangor Student Named Representative for The Every Student Succeeding Program Award
Every Student Succeeding recognition program honors students who exceed expectations.  READ MORE...
Restoration Cycles Program Provides Bikes for Children in Need
16 people who are either on probation or parole, or an inmate, and are repairing bicycles while rebuilding their lives.  READ MORE...
2014 Pathways to Prosperity Invitation
Kid's Farmers Market Promotes Healthy Eating
Central Middle School Hosts Kid's Farmers Market  READ MORE...
Historic Lott Home in Oroville Hosts Staffordshire Collection
Special Deal for Passport Holders!  READ MORE...
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         Hot Off the Press
The Effect of Reserve Limitations Imposed by SB 858
School agency reserves for 2012-13 were among the highest in history  READ MORE...
Torlakson Unveils STEM Blueprint
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson to hold a news conference Monday   READ MORE...
Education Opposes Trailer Bill on Reserve Funding
Education leaders oppose   READ MORE...
ACLU Letter on LCAP Resources and Requirements
County and School District Superintendents receive letter from the ACLU  READ MORE...
SBAC Field Test - Starting a Test
Check out our video on Starting a Test Session  READ MORE...
No Rest for Weary Now That the 2014-15 LCAP is Completed
A robust local needs assessment is an essential LCAP building block.  READ MORE...
AB 1266: January 1, 2015 Requirements
Emergency Epinephrine Auto-Injectors in Schools by January 1, 2015  READ MORE...
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News from CDE
State Superintendent Comments on Possible School Closures
Superintendent Tom Torlakson announces safety is number one concern  READ MORE...
Local Control Funding Formula and Uniform Complaint Procedures
State Superintendent's Office Releases Clarifications  READ MORE...
Early Admittance for Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten
State Superintendent Torlaksen releases announcement on early admittance.  READ MORE...
Torlakson Launches Online Educator Community to Improve Student Success
Digital Chalkboard Launched  READ MORE...
New Web Tool Launched to Help Improve Student Success
Quality Schooling Framework [QSF]  READ MORE...
State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Releases 2013–14 California High School Exit Exam Results
California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) rate for the Class of 2014 was 95.5 percent  READ MORE...
Governor Brown Signs Bill to Improve Expanded Learning Programs
State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds Approval of Bill to Improve After School and Expanded Learning Programs  READ MORE...
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
A message from Superintendent Tom Torlakson  READ MORE...