Required Legislative Reports

Required Legislative Reports (updated 5/17/24)

Below is the list of current reports the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence that are required by the Legislature.

Initiative
(Agency Leads)
Description Program LeadReport Due
Community Engagement Initiative
(CCEE/SBE)
(Sec. 140 AB 1808, Chapter 32, Statutes of 2018)

By June 30, 2024, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence and the lead agency selected pursuant to subdivision (c) shall submit a report to the executive director of the State Board of Education, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the executive director of the California Collaborative of Educational Excellence, the superintendent of each of the lead agencies identified pursuant to Section 52073 of the Education Code, and the chairpersons of each of the appropriate policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature. The report shall include all of the following:
(1) A description of best practices for improving community engagement identified by the professional learning networks established under the Community Engagement Initiative, and any changes in the understanding of best practices throughout the duration of the program.
(2) Using the metrics identified pursuant to paragraph (3) of subdivision (f) and additional metrics developed by subsequent professional learning networks, an analysis of the impact of the work done by each team through the professional learning networks on their home communities and school districts.
(3) Feedback to improve the community engagement professional learning network protocol and metrics, and additional activities or resources that would assist in continued development of capacity within local educational agencies and local communities for conducting meaningful stakeholder engagement.
San Bernardino County Office of Education, Families in Schools, and California Association for Bilingual Education

Legislative Report due June 30, 2024
Individualized Education Program template
(CCEE/SBE)
Chapter 43, Statutes of 2022
California Collaborative for Educational Excellence to convene a panel, comprised of members selected in consultation with and subject to the approval of the Executive Director of the State Board of Education, to continue refining the Individualized Education Program template designed by the workgroup authorized in Chapter 6 of the Statutes of 2020 for usability. By June 30, 2024, the Collaborative will provide an update on the development of a standardized state IEP template to specified legislative committees, the State Board of Education, and the Department of Finance.N/ALegislative Report due June 30, 2024
High-Quality Online Instructional Materials Initiative (CCEE/CDE/SBE)
(Sec. 41, AB 167, Chapter 252, Statutes of 2021)
*timeline extended in 23-24 budget (Sec. 95, SB 114)
On or before October 1, 2025, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, in consultation with the State Department of Education, shall evaluate and make recommendations to the Department of Finance, the executive director of the State Board of Education, and the appropriate fiscal and policy committees of the Legislature regarding the effectiveness of the online repository and resources developed pursuant to subdivision (b). Subdivision (b) includes the following:
(1) Develop a transparent process for vetting materials to ensure quality and alignment with state academic standards, which may include, but not be limited to, the creation of standardized rubrics for review of materials.
(2) Curate easy-to-use resources for local educational agencies and educators.
(3) Develop and maintain a repository of identified materials for use by local educational agencies and educators.
(4) Provide guidance and resources for local educational agencies and educators regarding implementation and use of open educational resources, including professional learning opportunities and opportunities for collaboration among peers.
(5) Report data to the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence to allow for an evaluation of the activities performed in increasing access and use of open educational resources by local educational agencies and educators.
Kern County Superintendent of SchoolsLegislative Report due October 1, 2025
Community Engagement 2.0
EC Section 52073.3
By June 30, 2027, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence and the lead agency selected pursuant to subdivision (c) shall submit a report to the executive director of the state board, the Superintendent, the executive director of the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, each of the lead agencies identified pursuant to Section 52073, and the chairpersons of each of the appropriate policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature. The report shall include all of the following:
(1) A description of best practices for improving community engagement identified by the professional learning networks established under the Community Engagement Initiative and the Expansion, and any changes in the understanding of best practices throughout the duration of the Expansion.
(2) Using the definition and metrics identified pursuant to subdivision (d), an analysis of the impact of the work done by each team through the professional learning networks on their home communities and school districts.
(3) Feedback to improve the community engagement professional learning network protocol and metrics, and additional activities or resources that would assist in continued development of capacity within local educational agencies and local communities for conducting meaningful interestholder engagement.
San Diego County Office of EducationLegislative Report due June 30, 2027