Educator Resources

  • Professional Development at SCOE—courses currently provided by SCOE.
  • K-12 Reading/Language Arts courses and online registration
  • Education History in Sacramento County—photos of and information about Sacramento County schools from the early 1900s. Education history publications are also available for order.
  • Keeping Schools Safe—a downloadable PDF version of a publication designed to help involve parents and other caring adults in supervision programs.
  • TEACH California—a California Department of Education (CDE) teacher recruitment Web site providing information about pathways into the teaching profession, teacher recruitment and teacher preparation programs, the credential process, and financial aid.
  • Sacramento County Probation Department
  • UC Davis Extension—continuing education program at UC Davis.
  • CSU Sacramento Continuing Education—continuing education program at CSU Sacramento.
  • ERIC—a federally funded compilation of over 3,000 resources on a variety of educational issues. This collection includes Internet sites, educational organizations, and electronic discussion groups.
  • Regional Educational Laboratories—educational research and development organizations supported by contracts with the U.S. Education Department, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI).
  • EdSource—an independent, impartial, not-for-profit organization, with the mission of clarifing complex education issues and to promote thoughtful decisions about public school improvement.
  • Education Week—a weekly newspaper that covers national and state-by-state education issues. The site features a "Hot Topics" section with background and data to enhance the week's news.
  • Education Week Daily News—this section of Education Week's site has recent newspaper articles on education both nationwide and by regions. "Best of the Week" features the top education stories of the day.
  • California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC)—a permanent, independent commission created in 1970 to strengthen the effectiveness of California's educators and their formal preparation. The CTC fulfills policy-setting, regulatory, and accrediting functions in the state.
  • The School-Home Links Reading Kits—a collection of research-based online activities designed to help families reinforce the reading and language arts skills that their children are learning at school.
  • 40 proven assets essential to every young person's success.
  • Child abuse Mandated Reporter Training—online training developed by the Sacramento County Office of Education to provide information on the three Rs of child abuse: Requirements of the law, Recognize the signs, and Report suspected abuse.
  • K-12 Practitioners' Circle—Designed to make your search for National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and selected U.S. Department of Education K-12 resources fast, easy, and productive.

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