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Web Site Information

Policy, standards, and other information pertaining to the California Department of Education Internet Web site.

New and Updated Web Content
A listing of all new and updated Web content on the California Department of Education (CDE) Web site for a date and topic area.

Preparing Documents for CDE Web Sites
Guidance to organizations who send documents to CDE to post on a CDE Web site.

CDE Web Site Overview
Technical details of the California Department of Education's Internet Web site.

Featured Videos
Selected CDE videos that showcase the department's programs and initiatives.

Free Third-party Readers & Viewers
Free software enabling visitors to the Department's Web site to read documents formatted in different platforms (e.g., Microsoft Word [DOC], Portable Document Format [PDF], Rich Text Format [RTF]).

Information Security Standards
An outline of the California Department of Education's information security standards.

Web Policy
Provides information about the policies governing the CDE Internet Web site.

Web Standards
The Web rules that govern our Web sites, the content that CDE staff post to other Web sites, and the work done on our behalf by contractors.

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Last Reviewed: Monday, April 2, 2018
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