Assistance Center (STAC)
In order to build a cohesive statewide approach that eases the distinct impacts of COVID-19 on student learning, cognitive and social development, and emotional well-being, the California Department of Education (CDE) has launched an initiative called the California Community Schools Partnership Program (CCSPP). This initiative is designed to accelerate efforts across the state to reimagine community schools in ways that are aligned with the CCSPP Framework.
The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) has been awarded a three-year contract by CDE to be a State Transformational Assistance Center (STAC) for CCSPP in partnership with the UCLA Center for Community Schooling, National Education Association (NEA) and Californians for Justice (CFJ). Together, all are working toward the improvement of schools using equity-enhancing strategies to align community resources with student needs.
Join us for these upcoming events
STAC Learning Collective
We also welcome you to join us at the STAC Collective Learning Space every Tuesday from 2-3:30 pm. It’s an open space for any and all questions, and sharing of information.
We welcome all California County Office of Education Leaders to join us at the Community of Transformative Practice at our monthly meetings.
Community Schools in Action
Navdeep Purewal, Ed.D.
Chief of Learning Services
Nora Zamora, Ed.D.
Executive Director, SEL
Director I, Community Schools
Program Director, Collaborative Leadership
Program Director, Community School-Expanded and Enrichment Learning
Program Director, Family & Community Engagement