Learning & Accountability: Training and Support Networks
ACOE's Learning & Accountability Services division convenes several networks across the county as a forum for learning, reflection, analysis, and action to support district and school success.
We operate six networks that serve as professional communities of practice for specialized instructional and educational service. Network participation is open to staff from our 18 member school districts.
Lead Learner Network
The Lead Learner Network (LLN) provides a strong professional learning community for district-level instructional leaders, such as Assistant Superintendents, Directors, and Managers from our 18 districts.
In the LLN, you will:
- Receive the latest information and guidance in curriculum and instruction at the local, state and federal level so that you can effectively manage programs
- Sharpen your skills to strategically plan and budget for measurable student success
- Develop a strong community through shared expertise and time to network with job-alike colleagues from neighboring districts
Contact: Ingrid Roberson, Chief of Learning & Accountability Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Assessment Network supports the effective use of data for district directors and managers charged with local and state assessments.
Contact: Juwen Lam, Executive Director, email@example.com
Core Coaching Network
The Core Coaching Network (CCN) supports instructional implementation plans and strategies aligned with the California State Standards. CCN serves both district and site-level instructional coaches.
In the CCN, you will:
- Develop a strong community through shared expertise and time to network with neighboring districts
- Deepen content expertise and Common Core/NGSS implementation readiness
- Advance design and delivery of 21st-century curriculum, instruction, and professional development, including the implementation of cutting-edge technology tools
- Strengthen systems thinking and strategic planning practices
Contact: Navdeep Purewal, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Learning Network
The Early Learning Network (ELN) supports early learning leaders to improve the quality of early childhood educational services delivered to preschool, transitional kindergarten, and kindergarten through second-grade students.
In the ELN, you will:
- Engage in activities that initiate discussions focused on conducive early learning programs
- Receive guidance on the administration of the Desired Results Development Profile (DRDP), School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale (SACERS) and other formative assessments
- Network with your early learning colleagues from other Alameda County school districts
Contact: Neva Bandelow, Program Manager, email@example.com
English Learner Leadership Network
The English Learner Leadership Network (ELLN) supports district and school leaders to create and implement strong programs for English Learners transitioning to the new California State Standards.
Contact: Nathalie Longree-Guevara, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Engagement Network
The Family Engagement Network (FEN) facilitates effective family, school, and community partnerships. The network is made up of district, school, and community organizations across throughout Alameda County.
Contact: Jason Arenas, Specialist, email@example.com