PCOE's Leadership and Learning Collaborative (LLC) offers a state-accredited Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program (PASC) for aspiring administrators. Our program is delivered through a virtual platform for candidates to engage in both synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. The virtual delivery is designed to allow for flexibility and accessibility for all participants within Placer County and beyond. Our program design provides designated time and support for candidates to complete the California Administrator Performance Assessment (CalAPA) required by the state of California for this credential.
Our program offers two completion tracks (12 months or 18 months) to earn and meet the basic credential requirements to provide administrative services for K-12 in California. In addition, candidates have the opportunity to obtain a Master's Degree in Education with an emphasis on Educational Administration through the University of Massachusetts Global (UMass Global, formerly Brandman University) with just an additional year of coursework.
Email Vanessa Ibanez for more information.
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Below are documents to assist you in learning more about our program and enrollment process.
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.
Director, Leadership & Learning Collaborative
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Preliminary Admin Services
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