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 Administrators Clear Induction

 Preliminary Services Credential For Administrators

 Introduction

The mission of the Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) Administrative Services Credential Clear (ASCC) Induction Program is to assist and support candidates as they begin their administrative roles; to advance their knowledge and skills in relation to the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs); and to help them become effective administrators who lead educational programs that result in the success of all students.  

The program provides candidates with an individualized induction experience based on the context of their leadership role, including one-on-one coaching by an experienced administrator.  Candidates participate in ongoing formative assessment, professional learning, and networking designed to grow the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that are essential for successful administrative leadership.  PCOE is a Commission on Teacher Credentialing approved educator preparation program.

Administrative Services Credential Clear Induction Video

 

 Information

 Candidate Requirements

​Eligibility

  • Employment in a full or part-time administrative position
  • Valid California preliminary administrative services credential
  • Completed ASCC Application 2019-2020

Course and Fieldwork

  • Employment in a full or part-time administrative position
  • Site-based coaching
  • Assessments of the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs)
  • Individualized Induction Plans (IIP) based on context of leadership role
  • CPSEL professional learning
  • Professional networking through monthly administrator collaborative
  • Leadership project presentation at annual Showcase

Program Completion (2-year program)

  • 80 hours of coaching support, 40 hours/year
  • 20 hours of administrator collaborative support, 10 hours/year
  • 24 hours of CPSEL professional learning, 12 hours/year
  • Electronic portfolio of CPSEL evidence, inquiry, and self-assessments
  • Attend annual Showcase
  • Employment verification for 2 years of full-time service in administrator position

 Documents

​​​Below are commonly used documents and applications.  You can view the documents on the screen or download them to review at a later time. ​

 Clear Induction Program

The mission of the Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) Administrative Services Credential Clear (ASCC) Induction Program is to assist and support candidates as they begin their administrative roles; to advance their knowledge and skills in relation to the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs); and to help them become effective administrators who lead educational programs that result in the success of all students.  The program provides candidates with an individualized induction experience based on the context of their leadership role, including one-on-one coaching by an experienced administrator.  Candidates participate in ongoing formative assessment, professional learning, and networking designed to grow the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that are essential for successful administrative leadership.  PCOE is a Commission on Teacher Credentialing approved educator preparation program.

​​Below you will find documents to assist you in understanding our programs and your credential journey. 

Candidate Requirements:

Eligibility

  • Employment in a full or part-time administrative position
  • Valid California preliminary administrative services credential
  • Completed the ASCC Application 2019-2020​ application 

Course and Fieldwork

  • Employment in a full or part-time administrative position
  • Site-based coaching
  • Assessments of the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs)
  • Individualized Induction Plans (IIP) based on context of leadership role
  • CPSEL professional learning
  • Professional networking through monthly administrator collaborative
  • Leadership project presentation at annual Showcase

Program Completion (2-year program)

  • 80 hours of coaching support, 40 hours/year
  • 20 hours of administrator collaborative support, 10 hours/year
  • 24 hours of CPSEL professional learning, 12 hours/year
  • Electronic portfolio of CPSEL evidence, inquiry, and self-assessments
  • Attend annual Showcase
  • Employment verification for 2 years of full-time service in administrator position

 Grievance Policy

​​​​The Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) Leadership and Learning Collaborative seeks to provide professional learning opportunities in optimal working and learning environments.  If an applicant or program participant questions application procedures, program prerequisites, program requirements, policies and procedures, grading practices, program extension or deferral requests, equivalency requests, credential eligibility reviews, financial matters or other program related issues, the first step is to address the concern with the relevant party, such as the instructor, coach, etc. 

If the concern is not resolved, the grievance shall be submitted, in writing, through the PCOE Credential Program Grievance Form. The Program Administrator will review the concerns, meet with the program participant and investigate the concerns. A decision will be made regarding the grievance and the participant will be notified of the decision within five days. Appeals may be submitted to the Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction, within five days of the notification.  A copy of all documentation related to the grievance will be kept on file.​

 Contacts

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Jason Drewry

Credential Analyst

(530) 889-5993​​

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Shelly Hollowell

Staff Secretary II

(530) 745-1495

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Melody Thorson

Director, Leadership & Learning Collaborative

(530) 889-5937

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