- California MAP to Inclusion & Belonging
The mission of the MAP to Inclusion & Belonging… Making Access Possible, is to create a statewide system of support, training and resources that gives all families and providers barrier-free access to inclusive child care.
- Teaching Pyramid
Through a partnership with the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL), WestEd Center for Child & Family Studies, San Marcos Office (WestEd), is able to offer the comprehensive, program-wide Teaching Pyramid Framework to districts and organizations. There is a preschool version as well as a version for infant/toddler programs.
- Inclusion Collaborative
Focuses on successful inclusion of children with special needs in child care, preschool programs and the community through education, advocacy and awareness
- Policy Statement on Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs
The U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Health and Human Services (HHS) released a policy statement highlighting the importance of making sure that all young children with disabilities have access to inclusive high-quality early childhood programs.
- Desired Results access Project
Supports special educators, administrators, and families in implementing the California Department of Education’s Desired Results Assessment System.
- Early Math Project
List with links of Math Symposium STEAM Activities for math and science.
- Part B of IDEA: Services for School-Aged Children
Information about Part B of IDEA- Children and youth, special education and related services (ages 3-22).
- Joint Position Statement on Inclusion (602k PDF)
Division for Early Childhood (DEC) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
- How Brains are Built: The Core Story of Brain Development
- Santa Barbara County Education Office - ZACA Center
Learn about how one program addressed the need for inclusive options in their community. Includes a history, overview and perspectives from the Assistant Superintendent, Director, Teacher and a parent.
Models of Inclusion and Natural Environment Stories
Spotlight on California: Creative Inclusion Program Options
The SEEDS Project developed the following stories to highlight the efforts of four preschool programs providing exemplary models of system change efforts to increase inclusive options for young children with disabilities. The stories provide a glimpse into the process by which each program generated new ideas to influence change in their communities serving young children. Although each program offers a distinct approach to increasing inclusive opportunities in their locales, there are key indicators evident across programs. With the interagency collaborative approach as a framework, the stories that unfold capture each program’s people and efforts to better serve all children in California communities. These considerations are reflective of interagency collaborative practices (Interagency Collaboration Handbook, 2007).
- Zaca Preschool ( PDF; 886k; 7pp.)
Santa Barbara County Education Office Preschool Program, Private Preschool Model (2009)
- Santa Clara County Inclusive Collaborative ( PDF; 369k; 8pp.)
Blended Organizational Model (2009)
- Napa County Office of Education ( PDF; 336k; 10pp.)
Early Childhood Services Department — A Blended COE Model (2009)
- C.L.O.U.D.S. Preschool Program ( PDF; 496k; 11pp.)
Etiwanda Elementary School District, Inclusive Preschool Model (2010)
This story reviews the process of change embarked upon by the San Diego County Office of Education staff to develop an integrated service delivery model.
- HOPE Infant Family Support Program ( PDF; 4.2 MB; 25pp.)
San Diego County Office of Education, Natural Environments (2012)
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