Fostering student success through service to students, schools and the community
SCOE helps schools and districts operate effectively and efficiently so that Sonoma County’s 71,688 public school students receive the best education possible.
Our Focus and Priorities
Common Core Standards are challenging educators to refocus English language arts and math instruction and to incorporate literacy learning across the curriculum.
21st century teaching and learning opens the door to new ideas about how instruction is delivered, how disciplines interact, and what students need to learn.
Career Technical Education (CTE) creates an exciting relationship between what’s being taught in the classroom and its application in the workplace.
Schools will move to a new statewide assessment system in 2014-15 and SCOE is offering support and assistance to help local educators prepare for the change.
Sign up now for upcoming professional development opportunities:
Lego Mindstorm RCX and NXT Refresher Course
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
Classified Leader Academy, Session 2