System of Support: Differentiated Assistance for Identified Districts
This collaborative workshop provides updates to California’s structure for the Statewide System of Support and how districts can access resources, support and assistance to address their status as districts participating in the differentiated assistance process due to dashboard results, especially in special education. It will include an ACSA sponsored network of support and coordinated discussions with respected practitioners and partners. The audience will be invited to network by sharing challenges, resources and successes in providing a coordinated, coherent, educational system for all students at all levels.
Maureen Burness, Retired Asst. Superintendent, SELPA and Special Education Consultant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Karla Estrada, California Collaborative for Educational Excellence Director
Shiyloh Becerra, California Department of Education, Education Administrator
Tamera Clay, SELPA Lead
Ed Manansala, El Dorado County Superintendent for CCSESA
Outcomes (what you will learn):
- Receive Statewide System of Support overview;
- Learn about emerging Statewide System of Support partners, resources, information and processes;
- Examine issues to build capacity in districts;
- Engage in supportive networking, sharing challenges and connecting to resources; and,
- Plan for next steps in coaching and training.
Suggested Audience: District administrators and teams interested in learning about and applying knowledge and skills around a district system of support.
Dates & Locations
Yolo County Office of Education: March 27
1280 Santa Anita Court, Conference Center, Suite 120
Woodland, CA 95776
8:30 a.m. Continental breakfast and registration
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. workshop