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The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.

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LEVEL 1 SUPPORT FOR ALL Various state and local agencies provide an array of support resources, tools, and voluntary technical assistance that all LEAs may use to improve student performance at the LEA and school level and narrow gaps in performance among student groups across the LCFF priorities. LEVEL 2 DIFFERENTIATED ASSISTANCE County Superintendents, the California Department of Education, and the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence provide dierentiated assistance by working with school districts to address identied performance gaps among student groups. LEVEL 3 INTENSIVE INTERVENTION The Superintendent of Public Instruction may require more intensive supports for local education agencies (LEAs) and/or schools with persistent performance issues and a lack of improvement over a specied time period. CDE California Department of Education CCEE California Collaborative for Educational Excellence CALIFORNIA EDUCATION AGENCIES MTSS/SUMS Scale up Multi-Tiered System of Support Math Initative Equity Lead Regional EL Specialists English Learners SELPA Resource Lead Special Education Local Plan Areas RESOURCE LEADS & INITIATIVES run by county oces Community Engagement Geographic Lead Agency Specic County Oces of Education will be tasked with supporting other COEs in their region — helping to coordinate and bring in other supports County Oce of Education (COE) The COE is the primary support for the district and is involved in or at least aware of all supports being provided to the district Local Education Agency (LEA) School districts & charters California System of Support DRAFT - CSAP SoS Concentric Circles R8 20181115 This graphic is intended to show the network of state-funded support providers under the System of Support.

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