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  • Marin County Office of Education

    The Marin County Office of Education offers programs and services for students, teachers, and families in Marin County. MCOE services eighteen school districts in our county, supporting technology and educational services in public as well as private K-12 institutions.

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  • ELPAC

    All ELPAC Test Examiners are required to be trained to administer the ELPAC 2018-2019 Summative Assessment. The ELPAC Summative Assessment testing window is February 1, 2019 through May 31, 2019.

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  • Trauma Informed Practices

    Trauma Informed Practices are the link to academic achievement and social/emotional success for students who've experienced toxic stress and trauma.

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  • School Violence & the Active Shooter

    This 4-hour course is designed for schools, to include administrators, principals, school faculty, teachers, staff and associates, with responsibilities for Emergency Preparedness and Response to address the threat of an active shooter and other violent critical incidents on school (K-12) and college campuses.

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  • School Behavioral Threat Assessments

    Training Objective: The aim of this training is to help participants be able to:

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  • School Funding Forum

    Following the release of the Governor's January budget, Michael Fine and Brooks Allen will share their unique and valuable insights. This is a great opportunity to hear from the state's fiscal and policy leaders about the future of school funding and accountability.

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