California Content Library
What is the Library?
The California Content Library is a free digital database containing high quality and thoroughly vetted digital resources developed and submitted by local educators about California's school finance and accountability systems. The Library's purpose is to equip school communities with the knowledge, skills and tools to understand the state's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), and CA School Dashboard.
To submit a file to the Library, please visit this form.
Who is the library for?
The Trainers' Collection is the Library's first suite of materials. These resources are designed for anyone who trains local educators and community members about California's school finance and accountability systems. The purpose of the Trainers' Collection is to support alignment in local trainings by providing accurate and current materials which can be tailored to local needs.
If you're a local trainer, participate in a free in-person orientation to gain access to the Trainers' Collection.
The following Trainers' Collection orientation is available for registration:
- Downey, CA (Los Angeles County) - April 24, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
To register, please visit this form.
We are in the process of scheduling additional orientations for the Trainers' Collection. Please stay tuned for details!
The California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) is a new state education agency that strives to offer personalized, powerful and purposeful support to educators, parents and community members so they can carry out their academic and school improvement goals.
If you have questions about the California Content Library, please contact CCEE staff at CaContentLibrary@ccee-ca.org.