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Continuity of Learning

The CCEE presents these Playbooks in collaboration with our county offices of education, local educational agencies, and other technical assistance partners for planning a safe return to school that maximizes future equity outcomes and addresses the diverse needs of California’s students while adapting to the challenges posed by COVID-19.

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Advancing Equity in an Era of Crisis Series

In partnership with the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE), the California Association of African-American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) and the University of California Los Angeles Center for the Transformation of Schools (CTS) offered this free online series. These virtual seminars provide families and educators with the tools and strategies they need to ensure greater equity for students who continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 school closures.

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Distance Learning Consortium

LEAs and COEs have been quickly responding to the need to implement distance learning and instructional continuity plans. CCEE reached out to COEs that have been working on distance learning content and professional development. From this outreach, a consortium of county offices came together to collaborate and share with other LEAs and COEs distance learning weekly lessons, resources, and professional development.

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Distance Learning Strategies

The CCEE offered free online modules to support the transition to distance learning. Presented by experienced e-learning educators, the Distance Learning Strategies series introduces topics for administrative teams preparing to design and implement distance learning plans to meet local needs to support teachers and expedite student access to online instruction. Each module is 60 minutes and introduces a distance learning topic and effective strategies for implementation.

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Distance Learning Systems

With the sudden statewide shift to distance teaching and learning, educational leaders and practitioners are being called to adapt existing structures, policies, and procedures to design robust and equitable distance learning systems. This requires more than just new technologies, it requires new ways of thinking. Investing in, evolving, and advancing a distance learning ecosystem that meets the needs of students, educators, families, and communities requires a holistic approach focused on interconnected models of instruction, communication, family and community engagement, and policy decisions.

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Special Education

In partnership with the California Department of Education and the System of Support SELPA Leads, CCEE offered free online modules to support special education leaders. Presented by the Special Education Resource (SELPA) Lead Agencies, this series introduces relevant topics for education leaders who support teachers and administrators in the implementation of special education services and distance learning plans.

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