The California Board of Education recently approved a new Health Education Framework for public schools, providing optional guidance for K-12 teachers based on the state’s health education standards.
Orange County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Al Mijares addresses the state of OCDE’s budget.
Recognizing the importance of an accurate population count for schools and communities, OCDE is among a number of organizations working to raise awareness in advance of the 2020 census.
OCDE supports student achievement through high-quality training opportunities for teachers, administrators and support staff.
Educational options in Orange County include high quality charter schools that emphasize rigorous academic standards, innovative programs and responsible business practices.
The following public notices are posted for informational purposes for Orange County community members.
Check out the latest events, workshops, trainings and activities coming up at OCDE.
Agendas for upcoming Orange County Board of Education meetings are posted at least 72 hours before each session.