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Countywide civic learning initiative moves for 'community ready' students

On March 13, Alameda County Superintendent L. Karen Monroe helped launch a countywide effort, part of a statewide effort called the Power of Democracy, to revive civic learning and ensure that our children are college, career, and community ready. Read more about what it means for our students to be community ready and check out a few great examples of civic learning happening across the county.   

Inspiring creative Communities for Art is Education Month!

Art is Education month is an annual showcase in March demonstrating the power of youth learning in and through the arts through over 200 events in Alameda County schools, libraries and community centers. Check out the Alameda County Library's listing of events for youth & families.  If you are hosting an event that you would like part of Art is Education month, please click here. Questions? Contact Ray Cagan.   

Students and Teachers: Submit your entry for the 4th Annual Anti-Tobacco PSA Contest by April 3!

"You'll regret that e-cigarette" is the theme of this year's Anti-Tobacco PSA contest for middle and high school students! Learn more about the contest here from ACOE's Youth Advisory Board and find out how to register here. Submissions are due before April 3!

Bay Area Job Seekers: Join us for our annual Job Fair on April 22!

Bay area job seekers are invited to get resume reviews, interview tips, credential consultations, as well as connect with and apply for open positions with Alameda County school districts and community organizations. Pre-register here or call (510) 887-0152 for more information