CCEE Connection (May 2021)

The May edition of the CCEE Connection offers applicable resources, tools, and strategies to support LEAs plan for and develop summer learning programs. Featuring an article written by CCEE Executive Director Tom Armelino and partner contributions [...]

Summer 2021 Opportunities and the National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative

Authors Karen Cowe, CEO, Ten Strands Allie Rigby, Author, Ten Strands As public parks and schools continue to open across California, this summer will feel different than last. Now is the time to expand outdoor learning [...]

Year-Round Learning – The Time Has Come

Author Jennifer Peck, President and CEO, Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY) Over the decades, there’s been much commentary about the downsides of our school calendar, which was designed to accommodate a farming economy. While this [...]

Reversing the “Summer Slide”

Author Tom Armelino, Executive Director, CCEE A study conducted by Johns Hopkins University researchers estimates that as much as two-thirds of the achievement gap in the elementary grades can be directly traced to learning loss in [...]

Summer Technical Assistance Hub

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, […]

Leading Forward in Rural Settings with Superintendent Chris Hartley

Dr. Chris Hartley, Superintendent of Schools for the Humboldt County Office of Education, joins Leading Forward to share the benefits and challenges of leading in rural settings. Dr. Hartley talks about the importance of project-based […]

Theories of Action as a Tool for Developing & Implementing Balanced Assessment Systems

This session introduces theories of action as a tool for helping district and school leaders identify the problems/issues they are trying to address through the design and implementation of assessment systems. Theories of action provide […]

Leading Forward Speaker Series: Summer Programming 2021

As part of the continuing Leading Forward effort to support quality programming in summer 2021, the California Collaborative for Education Excellence convened an expert panel to discuss examples of district innovation, staffing solutions, key elements […]

The New Model of Change Leadership

The global pandemic will continue to affect schools long after schools reopen. Changes will be required in schedules, student support, faculty support, state standards, and assessments. In this session, participants will: 1) learn about the […]

Meeting the Needs of Early Learners This Summer

Many families chose not to enroll their children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten in the 2020-21 school year for a variety of reasons, including concerns that distance learning is not well-suited for younger students. How can […]
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