Research, Assessment and Accountability Partnerships (RAAP) coordinates the strategic support, review, and approval of 18 district Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs). With a commitment to Results Based Accountability (RBA), we support districts' use of state and local assessments, and other measures to develop policies and practices that improve student success.
The Core Learning Department delivers high-quality professional development to teachers, coaches, and administrators. Core Learning helps Alameda County educators implement the new California State Standards in English Language Arts/English Language Development, Math and Science while integrating technology. Our experts convene a Core Coaching Network and an Early Learning Network to support TK-12 content coaches to meet individual student learning needs.
The Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Department helps to create positive, equitable, and welcoming learning environments for staff and students in Alameda County. We provide education and supportive services focused on serving the whole child. Our high-quality technical assistance for educators, staff, families, and other stakeholders promotes physical, mental, emotional, and social health so that students can feel safe and supported on their academic journey and in life. Our work is grounded on equity, diversity, and inclusion, and is aligned with ACOE’s mission: To provide, promote, and support leadership and service to ensure the success of every child, in every school, every day.
Project Pathways is the fiscal agent for the $14.2 million R4 "Resilient Youth - Ready to Learn - Ready for Work - Ready for Life" grant. Our vision is for youth to flourish in equitable quality programs that lead to wellness, and which empower students with the academic tools to ensure economic success. We build accelerated career and college pathways through a collaboration of schools and agencies in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
ACOE's Clear Induction program meets the new California Commission for Teacher Credentialing (CTC) guidelines for the Clear Administrative Services Credential. This replaces the Tier II program.
STATE AND REGIONAL PROGRAMS
The Region 4 Expanded Learning Programs Team provides technical assistance for the After School Education and Safety (ASES) and the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) programs throughout Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, San Francisco, and Solano Counties.