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Coordinated Student Support Division


Provides resources and instructional strategies that give students the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual support needed to learn.

Gordon Jackson, Director

Phone: 916-319-0911
Fax: 916-322-4884


The Coordinated Student Support & Adult Education Division is part of the Student Support & Special Services Branch.

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Healthy Start
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Youth Development
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Questions:   Coordinated Student Support & Adult Education Division | 916-319-0911
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