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Santa Cruz County Office of Education

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General Agency Information
Name: Santa Cruz County Office of Education
Address: 400 Encinal Street
Santa Cruz,  CA  95060
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Contact Information
Primary Phone: 831-466-5600
Fax: 831-466-5607
Website: https://santacruzcoe.org/
Hours
Days/Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8-5
Details
Description: More than 150 years ago, the citizens of California, through the State Constitution and State Legislature created a three-level system of public education. While regulations, funding, and fundamental policies are established at the State level, the day-to-day delivery of instruction is the responsibility of over 1,000 local districts in California. At the intermediate level of the public education system, the 58 county offices provide a support infrastructure for local schools and districts. They also must fulfill State mandates to audit school district budgets, register teacher credentials, complete employee background checks, certify school attendance records, and develop countywide programs to service special student populations.
Mission: The Santa Cruz County Office of Education is a public agency whose purpose is to provide educational leadership, resources and services to schools to ensure quality educational opportunities for all students.
Programs: Direct instructional programs are offered through special education, alternative education and Regional Occupational Programs.
Languages other than English: Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled: Call for Information
Public Transportation: Available Within One Block
Eligibility: Public Service
Fees: Call for Information
Areas Served: Santa Cruz County
Physical Location: Santa Cruz
Funding Source: State Government
Subject Headings
Subject Headings: Alternative Education
Alternative Schools
Camps
Child Care Centers
Child Care Instruction
Child Care Provider Training
Child Care Resource and Referral
Child Development Classes
Children
Developmental Disabilities
Early Childhood Education
Government Agencies
High Schools
Middle Schools
Physical Disabilities
Public Schools
Resource System Development Assistance
Special Education
Students
Students with Disabilities
Technical Assistance Specializations
Vocational Education
This agency was last updated on May 1, 2020