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Electronic Accessibility

The Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE or County) provides access to education, employment, services, programs, and activities to persons with disabilities. The CCCOE and education community works together to remove any barriers that prevent equal opportunities to community members who have physical or mental disabilities.

We are committed to designing products and services to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Brief Explanation about Section 504 and Title II

Section 504 protects qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination in programs and activities that receive federal funding. Specifically, Section 504 prohibits local education agencies from excluding individuals with disabilities from the participation in, or denying such individuals the benefits of, any program or activity. Section 504 also prohibits local education agencies from subjecting individuals with disabilities to discrimination under any program or activity. Title II extends this prohibition on discrimination established by Section 504 to all activities of state and local governments regardless of whether these entities received federal financial assistance.

Help With Accessibility

If you have trouble accessing any of our webpages or documents please send an e-mail to the CCCOE Webmaster:

info@cccoe.k12.ca.us

Please help us respond to you in the most beneficial way by indicating the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format(s) in which you want to receive the material, and your contact information.

Contact Information

Phone: (925) 942-3482 (Human Relations Department)

Phone: (925) 942-3451 (Information Technology Services)

Email: info@cccoe.k12.ca.us

Filing Formal Grievance

Individuals with disabilities who believe they have been discriminated against in a CCCOE program or activity may initiate a complaint by contacting:
, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
(925) 942-3407

Page updated on: December 05, 2017

Rev: 0.4-010514-BETA4