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San Francisco Bay Area Common Core State Standards Summit

October 28-29, 2014

Crowne Plaza Hotel
45 John Glenn Drive
Concord, CA 94520

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STEM and Early Learning Workshop

October 21, 2014
4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Contra Costa County
Office of Education
77 Santa Barbara Rd.,
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

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Alan November
Who Owns the Learning?

3-day Series:
November 18, 2014, February 23, 2015 & May 18, 2015

Contra Costa County
Office of Education
77 Santa Barbara Rd.,
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

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5th annual SF Bay Area STEAM Colloquium

January 30, 2015

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Main Content

Welcome to The CCCOE

The Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) plays a leadership role in the delivery of quality education to more than 173,000 K-12 students in Contra Costa.

Under the leadership of an elected superintendent of schools and a five-member elected board of education, the CCCOE provides services to students, school districts, and the community including:

  • Career Technical Classes
  • Court and Community Schools
  • Special Education
  • Technical Assistance
  • Staff Development
  • Business and Administrative Support
  • Teacher Credentialing

The underpinnings of the County Office of Education culture can be found in our strategic plan and five core concepts of quality.


Local Control & Accountability (LCAP)

CCCOE supports districts in developing their Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAPs). Please see our LCAP Web pages for more information.

Choose Civility logoChoose Civility

An Initiative Championed by the
Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools

Civility is a core value of a well functioning community and one of its defining components. Quality of life depends in great part on how community members treat each other. This initiative will promote the importance of civility in a world becoming less civil, and encourage community members to choose positive and respectful behaviors in their personal and work lives.


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