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Under And Over Identification Of ELLs In Special Education

How Culture May Impact Behavior In The Classroom

Over-Identification: Why ELLs May Be Referred To Special Education Too Soon

Inclusive Education-Introduction

Culturally Responsive Teaching

Immersion Video-Moises

Immersion Video-Moises In Math Class

Our Special Education Resource Lead Partners

System Improvement Leads

System Improvement Leads

Inspire - Connect - Innovate
High Quality IEPs

High Quality IEPs

Working Together for Student Success
Inclusive Practices

Inclusive Practices

Students with the Most Significant Needs
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CCEE Statewide System of Support Searchable Directory

This directory provides contact information for educational partners at the state, regional, county, and local LEA levels for statewide initiatives as well as provides hyperlinks to individual initiative websites for further information and resources.

CCEE Statewide System of Support Resource Hub

Within the hub, COEs, LEAs, charter schools, SELPAs, & educational partners, can find information about state-funded initiatives & resources to employ best practices, facilitate improvement plans, & improve student outcomes.

Collaborative Partners

SELPAs in the Statewide System of Support


English Learner Toolkit for State and Local Education Agencies (SEAs and LEAs)

Improving Education for Multilingual and EL Students - Research To Practice

Supporting English Learners with Disabilities - Practitioner Resource (CA Educators Together)

English-Spanish Glossary for Educational Settings - Resources (CDE)

Global Economy Initiative FAQ - Resources (CDE)

CDE Notification: Designated and Integrated English Language Development (ELD)

English Learners Independent Study FAQs

Evidence-Based Practices Autism

Resources for Serving Students with Autism

Equity, Disproportionality & Design

Assistive technology (AT) is “any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities” of children with disabilities. (IDEA, 2004, Sec. 300.5). For students with disabilities, IDEA requires that Assistive Technology (AT) must be considered as part of the IEP developed for each student that is eligible.