Learning Acceleration System Grant
Evidence-based strategies for rapid student progress
Theory of Action
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and, in some cases, extended periods of remote instruction, may have contributed to lost instructional time for California students.
Section 152 of Assembly Bill (AB) 130 (the 2021-22 Education Omnibus Trailer Bill), as amended by Section 143 of AB 167 (Chapter 252, Statutes of 2021), appropriates funding to the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) to administer, in partnership with one or more county offices of education, “…evidenced-based professional education for educators that can support learning acceleration, particularly in mathematics, literacy, and language development.” This will be done by building sustainable structures of professional learning to improve teaching and maximize learning.
What is Learning Acceleration?
Goals of the Learning Acceleration System Grant
County Office of Education Partners
The CCEE has partnered with three county offices of education to lead the following projects funded by the Learning Acceleration System Grant: