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Now Enrolling for Spring 2021

While fall courses will start online, they may move to an in-person or blended model at a later date, subject to state, county, city and District approval. This may vary by class and is subject to change.
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CTE 2020 - 2021 Fall Semester

Begin Your Course Online! While fall courses will start online, they
may move to an in-person or blended model at a later date, subject to state, county, city and District approval. This may vary by class and is subject to change
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UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR ANGELENOS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

If you were laid off, furloughed, had your hours reduced or are unable to work due to COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive assistance payments through the State of California’s Employment Development Department (EDD). These benefits are available to CA residents who have authorization to work in the U.S. and meet other eligibility requirements.
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ASISTENCIA DE DESEMPLEO PARA LOS RESIDENTES DE LOS ÁNGELES AFECTADOS POR COVID-19

Si usted fue despedido, lo descansaron en su trabajo, le redujeron las horas o no puede trabajar debido a COVID-19, usted podría ser elegible para recibir pagos de asistencia a través del Departamento de Desarrollo de Empleo (EDD) del Estado de California. Estos beneficios están disponibles para los residentes de estado que tienen autorización para trabajar en los Estados Unidos y cumplen con otros requisitos de elegibilidad.
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Thank you for visiting Los Angeles Technology Center online at latcdace.com!

As part of our standard school year, LA Unified Division of Adult and Career Education campuses and offices we will be closed, for winter break, from December 21 through
January 8.

*NOTE* January 11th is a Pupil Free Day. Classes will resume on January 12th

May you and your family stay healthy and safe throughout this holiday season.


Warmest wishes,

Los Angeles Technology Center
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Student Stories: Katelynn Lopez

On November 15, 2015, a young student by the name of Katelynn Lopez arrived on the campus of the Los Angeles Technology Center with her father and enrolled in the Accelerated College and Career Transition/ACCT program. With only 10 credits completed during the first three years of high school, she had little hope of earning her high school diploma before her 18th birthday. Nonetheless, she persevered, passed the HiSet and completed the required 50 credits to earn her high school diploma by the Summer of 2016.
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