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Audience-specific Web pages on the California Department of Education Web site. Use these Web pages to find information that is hand-picked just for you.
  • Students
    The California Department of Education strives to provide the best education to get you ready for college and careers after you graduate. Find information here that will help you succeed.

  • Parents
    The key to a child’s educational success is a successful partnership between teachers, parents and family members. Go here to find information about curriculum, schools, and programs to ensure that every child, and their family, have the tools to succeed.

  • Teachers
    Expert teachers and leaders are perhaps the most important resource for improving student learning. Whether experienced or new in the teaching profession, teachers will find high-quality resources here to assist them on their path to excellence.

  • Administrators
    As students strive to learn and their parents and teachers work to help them succeed, school administrators make sure that they all have the materials, facilities, and resources that they need. This page gathers key resources that will help administrators find what they need on this Web site.
Questions:   California Department of Education | 916-319-0800
Last Reviewed: Monday, March 14, 2022
Recently Posted in Department Information
  • Whole Child Division (added 05-Apr-2022)
    The Whole Child Division is under the Student Support Services Branch and oversees the Family Engagement Office, as well as the Parent Advisory Council and Youth Advisory Council.
  • Information & Technology Branch (added 25-Mar-2022)
    The Information & Technology Branch Provides leadership within CDE to manage its data, collects demographic data from districts and schools, and assists the field in their use of technology to improve learning.
  • Student Support Services Branch (added 25-Mar-2022)
    Formerly known as the Equity Branch, this branch includes a newly formed Whole Child Division as well as a focus on college and career transition, and student achievement and support,