Assembly Bill 2947 would have required districts to repay the state for part of the cost of constructing special education classrooms that were built with 100 percent state funding given to the Los Angeles County Office of Education when it ran the programs.
What does LACOE stand for?
LACOE stands for Los Angeles County Office of Education
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- Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales (Australia)
- Literacy Assistance Center of New York City
- Langage et Cognition (French: Language and Cognition)
- Laser Communications
- Legal Aid Centers for Olim (Israel Religious Action Center)
- Linearized Atomic Cell Orbital
- Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
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The Los Angeles County Office of Education receives funding from the Teaching American History program in the Office of Innovation and Improvement.
The LAUSD grant also funds professional development for an estimated 200 teachers as well as support for 36 coach mentors throughout the participating schools in a partnership with the Los Angeles County Office of Education CTAP Region 11.
She was previously an adjunct faculty member at CSULA from 1989 to 1992, a teacher at the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind from 1988 to 1989 and a special education teacher for the Los Angeles County Office of Education from 1986 to 1988.
The state required the district to hire a trustee through the Los Angeles County Office of Education.