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 Assessment And Accountability

Assessment And Accountability

 Introduction

Placer County Office of Education's Curriculum and Instruction department supports districts in accountability and continuous improvement systems to meet the needs of each district’s diverse student population. Through a system of support, PCOE can support districts in the state and federal accountability areas such as, Dashboard, Differentiated Assistance, Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), Title I, Title III, Federal Program Monitoring, California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC), Williams Act, etc. Supports include, but are not limited to, professional development, technical assistance, resources, and liaison between the district and the California Department of Education (CDE). ​

 Assessment

AssessmentPCOE’s Curriculum and Instruction department supports districts with assessment such as the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) and English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC).  Supports include, but are not limited to, professional development, technical assistance, resources, and liaison between the district and the California Department of Education (CDE). ​

 Continuous Improvement

AccountabilityPCOE’s Curriculum and Instruction department supports districts in accountability and continuous improvement systems to meet the needs of each district’s diverse student population. Through a system of support, PCOE can support districts to identify root causes, assess system capacity, and develop improvement plans.

 LCAP

LCAPPCOE’s Curriculum and Instruction department supports districts with the development and implementation of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  Additionally, PCOE is approves district LCAPs each year through a comprehensive approval process.

 State and Federal

State and Federal​PCOE’s Curriculum and Instruction department supports districts with both state and federal accountability systems including the CA Dashboard, Differentiated Assistance, Title I, Title III, Federal Program Monitoring, and Williams Act. Supports include, but are not limited to, professional development, technical assistance, resources, and liaison between the district and the California Department of Education (CDE). ​

 Contacts

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Kathryn Ferreira

Senior Director, Continuous Improvement & Support

(530) 745-1301

Email​​​

 FAQ's

NOT SURE OF YOUR DISTRICT OR THE SCHOOLS LOCATED IN YOUR DISTRICT?   


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. ​​

HOW CAN I ACCESS THE CA DASHBOARD?

The California School Dashboard​ provides parents and educators with meaningful information on school and district progress so they can participate in decisions to improve student learning.​

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     Event Spotlight

     ​Assessment Capable Learners SpeakerDoug Fisher 

    ​Assessment Capable Learners

    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 Learns Event.

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