The County Schools’ Office provides a wide array of services, programs and information to educators for issues ranging from professional development to curriculum. Whether you’re seeking current information about educational issues affecting the classroom, ideas for enriching curriculum, or professional training and staff development, our website offers on-line resources to meet local school and district needs as well as information to support statewide and federal issues and initiatives.
Below are links to sites for further information:
District & School Support: Offers an array of programs and services to help teachers and districts.
English Learners/PROMISE Initiative: A six-county initiative where research-based core principles are developed to design, implement and evaluate customized programs to close the achievement gap for English learners from preschool to high school.
Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID): AVID is an international education program that began in San Diego and targets students in the academic middle who have a willingness to want to go to college.
California Technology and Assistance Project: The California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) is a statewide educational technology leadership initiative, providing assistance to schools and districts in integrating technology into teaching and learning.
Coordinated Health: Endeavors to assist school districts by providing health information, training, workshops and consultations.
HIV/AIDS Prevention: Provides technical assistance and support to county offices of education and school districts in the areas of HIV/STD prevention.
School Safety: A variety coordinated services promoting safety on school campuses.