VCOE News
  • New Campaign Aims to Tackle Shortage of Qualified Teachers

    The California Center on Teaching Careers (the Center), in partnership with TEACH and the Ad Council, has released a series of Public Service Advertisements (PSAs) designed to attract more candidates to the teaching profession. In a comprehensive campaign spanning ...
  • Fire and Flooding Resources for Schools and Parents.

    As our families and school communities recover from the impacts of the Thomas fire and continue to prepare for potential flooding, we are providing helpful resources for schools and parents at www.vcoe.org/fire.
  • Free Programs Available for Students with Disabilities

    Parents who suspect their child has a disability are advised to contact their local school district or the Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA). Federal and state laws require public schools to provide free and appropriate education for chi...
  • Protecting Young Minds when Marijuana is Legal

    On January 1, marijuana becomes legal for retail sale in California. What schools and parents need to know to keep students safe in light of the changing law.


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.