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CCEE Governing Board Members

Matthew Navo

Matthew Navo

Appointed by the Governor

Matt Navo is the Superintendent of the Sanger Unified School District, where he is in his 14th year in the District.  Matt has been involved in Public Education in the Central Valley for over 18 years. He began his work as a special education teacher in a 4, 5, 6 self contained combo class. He then worked at the high school level as both a counselor and resource teacher. Matt followed that experience as a junior high learning director overseeing many departments including special education and arrived in Sanger Unified School District in 1999 where he worked as a high school assistant principal, elementary principal, alternative education principal, and Director of Special Education before assuming the role as Area Administrator, and now as Superintendent. Matt received his Bachelors Degree in Education and his Masters Degree in Special Education from California State University at Fresno. He has an array of credentials which include: a Professional Administrative Credential, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, a Professional Specialists Credential in Special Education, and a Supplemental Credential with an Autism emphasis.

Matt was a member of the California Special Education Task Force and chair of “Evidence Based Practices” in the report and sits on the Advisory Commission for Special Education (ACSE) and the California Practitioners Advisory Group (CPAG).

Press Releases

06/27/18:
LCFFRC’s June 2018 Report: Superintendents Speak -- Implementing the Local Control Funding Formula

06/07/18:
Former Shasta County Education Chief to Lead CCEE

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Announcements

09/06/18:
The CCEE and the CA Dept. of Education Release Request For Applications (RFAs) for Statewide Special Education Resource Lead: Systems Improvement Lead

06/27/18:
LCFFRC’s June 2018 Report: Superintendents Speak -- Implementing the Local Control Funding Formula

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