The Placer County Office of Education's Leadership and Learning Collaborative supports teacher preparation through the Education Specialist Mild Moderate and Moderate Severe Intern Programs as well as the Clear Induction Program.
All candidates in Intern Programs must meet the same standards for teacher preparation as those found in a traditional college or university setting. PCOE’s Education Specialist Intern for Teacher Program offers preservice coursework and intern program coursework. This area of the website provides program information, dates and locations for PCOE's upcoming intern program meetings and key contact information to assist you in completing this program.
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The Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) Teacher Induction Consortium is a collaborative effort between 16 school districts, charter schools, private schools, and PCOE, and is a Commission on Teacher Credentialing approved educator preparation program. The two-year Teacher Induction Program enables beginning teachers to make a smooth transition into the challenging responsibilities of teaching. The Teacher Induction Program increases the retention of beginning teachers and improves learning opportunities for their K-12 students by providing extensive support and professional learning through coaching
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Senior Director, Leadership & Learning Collaborative
Staff Secretary II
Coordinator, Leadership & Learning Collaborative
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Our What's My District App will assist you by matching your address to your district. Once your district appears on the map below, you can find the district schools and contact information for school Board of Trustees, Administrative contact information, in addition to school district websites links.
Administrator Clear Induction
Administrator Preliminary Services
Education Specialist Mild Moderate
Education Specialist Moderate Severe
We all know that collective efficacy is the new number one influence on students’ learning. And there is good reason for that. In part, efficacious teachers ensure that their students are assessment-capable, which means that students understand their current level of performance and compare that with the desired level of learning.
Join us on February 5, 2020 for our Assessment Capable Learners event.
- Benjamin Franklin