2021-22 Differentiated Assistance Guidance

DESCRIPTION

As a part of differentiated assistance, Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) eligible under sections 47607.3, 52071, and 52071.5 of the California Education Code (EC), are typically required to analyze Dashboard and local data. In the absence of Dashboard indicators for the 2021-2022 school year, Section 122 of Assembly Bill (AB) 130 outlines the data elements that are required to be analyzed for differentiated assistance in the 2021-2022 school year.

Developed in partnership with the California Department of Education, the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association’s Curriculum and Instruction Steering Committee, and various Lead Agencies from the Statewide System of Support.

RESOURCES

REVIEW GUIDANCE

LAUNCH POWER POINT PRESENTATION

RESOURCE TYPE

Resources, Tools & Templates

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Systems Leadership, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Other

TOPIC AREA

Continuous Improvement, Equity, Governance, LCAP

KEYWORDS

Differentiated Assistance Improvement Support

Summer Technical Assistance Hub

DESCRIPTION

Summer 2021 offers an important opportunity to address the learning, social, and emotional recovery that so many California students need after a year of school closures and related challenges. In response to these challenges, CCEE and the Partnership for Children & Youth are offering no-cost technical assistance to LEAs needing support with the planning and implementation of summer learning programs. Click here for a flyer.

LAUNCH SUMMER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE HUB 

SUMMER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REQUEST FORM 

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Partnership for Children & Youth

Sperling Center for Research and Innovation (SCRI)

ADDITIONAL SUMMER LEARNING RESOURCES

FIELD GUIDE: REIMAGING SUMMER & EXPANDED LEARNING 

2021 CALIFORNIA SUMMER LEARNING GUIDE: INVESTING IN RESILIENCE AND RELATIONSHIPS

SUMMER LEARNING TOOLKIT 

PCY SUMMER RESOURCES 

PCY SUMMER GAME PLAN WEBINAR SERIES 

English Learner Master Plan Playbook: Developing Equitable Local Education Policies for Multilingual and English Learner Students

DESCRIPTION

The Center for Equity for English Learners is proud to announce the publication of our ENGLISH LEARNER MASTER PLAN PLAYBOOK: Developing Equitable Local Education Policies for Multilingual and English Learner Students. The playbook provides tools for educators, families, and community members to engage in policy dialogues and development processes to support the creation of a local policy document – the English Learner Master Plan. Visit our EL Master Plan page for more information.

The English Learner Roadmap Implementation for Systemic Excellence (ELRISE!)‘s webpage provides information about EL Master Plan Institute offerings for 2021-2022.

PRESENTED BY

ELRISE! English Learner Roadmap Implementation for Systemic Excellence

ENGLISH LEARNER MASTER PLAN PLAYBOOK

RESOURCE TYPE

Tools & Templates

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Parent, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

English Learners, Equity, Family and Community Engagement

KEYWORDS