VCOE News
  • Ventura County’s Premier Academic Competitions Seek Volunteers

    Ventura County students have a long, proud tradition of excellence in local, state and national academic competitions. This is only possible through the strong commitment and partnership of our local volunteers. On average, more than 400 volunteer judges are needed...
  • Teaching Civic Engagement in a Divisive Political Era

    Take a look inside the growing effort to teach civic education in Ventura County in the latest edition of VCOE's Focus on Education. From an elementary school program that teaches students about the inner-workings of Congress to a high school that's partner...
  • Advice for Talking to Students about the Las Vegas Shooting

    In the aftermath of a tragedy, parents and educators face the difficult task of explaining senseless violence to children and teenagers. These events can create stress and anxiety for young people, even when they are not personally affected. Adults should strive to...
  • Ventura County Test Scores Hold Steady After Prior Year’s Increase

    Ventura County students largely held on to gains made last year on the statewide California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) test, according to new data released by the California Department of Education. The percentage of Ventura County stud...


Ventura County P-20 Council

Find out how Ventura County's regional collaborative is advancing education from preschool to grad school and beyond.

Title IX

Information about the federal Title IX
anti-discrimination law.
VCOE does not offer competitive athletics as defined by EC 221.9(e).

LCAP Information

View the Local Control and Accountability Plans for VCOE and Ventura County school districts.