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The California Standards Technical Assistance Network (CalSTAN) is comprised of technical assistance and professional development organizations committed to improving their capacity to deliver high-quality resources that support the implementation of the California State Standards within schools and districts, ultimately improving outcomes for our state’s students.
A Collective Impact approach sits at the heart of CalSTAN’s work. Collective Impact is a framework designed to tackle complex and entrenched challenges through structured collaboration across organizations and stakeholders who share a common mission and focus on a common agenda.
The Five Elements of Collective Impact Are:
CalSTAN’s Common Agenda is to:
Member Organization Representatives
CalSTAN is comprised of 13 not-for-profit organizations, institutions of higher education and CA county offices of education all working to build greater capacity for standards implementation.
New Teacher Center (NTC)
Sobrato Early Academic Literacy (SEAL)
UCLA Science Project
iDEAL Institute (Innovation in Digital Education and Leadership) at LMU
Resourcing Excellence in Education at UC Davis (REEd)
Center for the Collaborative Classroom (CCC)
The CalSTAN Learning Event brought together member organization teams and a key partner to collaborate using design thinking with the goal of improving a key service to better meet the needs of English learners. Th Learning Event also provided opportunities to learn from peers, learn from experts, and provide and receive feedback on redesign work.
ABC Unified School District, Achievement Network, Bank Street Education Center, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Butte County Office of Education, California Community Foundation, California Science Project, California Stateboard of Education, Californians Together, Children Now, Wested Comprehensive School Assistance Program, Denver Public Schools, Early Academic Outreach Program, Glenn County Office of Education, iDEAL Institute at LMU, Los Angeles County Office of Education, Loyola Marymount University, Madera County Office of Education, Madera County Superintendent of Schools, Montebello Unified School District, Monterey Peninsula Unified School District, Multilingual Learning Network, Orange County Department of Education,Resourcing Excellence in Education, Robla School District, Sacramento City Unified School District, Sacramento County Office of Education, San Rafael City Schools, SEAL (Sobrato Early Academic Language), SERP Institute, Tehama County Department of Education, The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning at WestEd, UC Davis Early Academic Outreach Program, UCLA Center X, UCLA CRLP, UCLA Science Project, WestEd