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The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) is committed to serving, inspiring, and promoting student and public school success.
Strategic campaigns to raise awareness of the overall benefits of education
Meeting the emerging needs of the community by providing leadership and support for children, schools, and the greater community.
A premier service organization.
Fostering respectful, supportive, and inclusive work environments within and across branches, departments, clusters, and sites.
The Educator Resource Center provides space for collaborative work for Santa Clara County Office of Education employees and Santa Clara County School Districts. We provide access to all the California State-Adopted Curriculum and have professional resources available for checkout. Please contact Lonni Gause,
email@example.com, (408) 453-4255, to reserve a meeting space or make an appointment to review the State-Adopted Curriculum.
The Educator Resource Center houses professional-reference books for educators, Adapted Big Books for classroom use, Silicon Valley Reads selections, and a limited collected of children's literature. To review the resources available for checkout, go to our
All state-adopted instructional materials, grades K-8, are available for review in the Educator Resource Center. These materials are for review only and may not be checked out. Due to COVID-19 Health Restrictions, our Resource Center is currently closed. Please visit California Department of Education's Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Materials webpage for information on current adopted programs, curriculum Frameworks, and information on instructional materials adoptions and contact the publishers directly to receive review materials for your curriculum adoption needs.
EBSCOhost in an online research platform with access to articles chosen to meet the specific needs of researchers.
EBSCOhost can be accessed directly at the SCCOE office. To access EBSCOhost offsite, please contact Lonni Gause,
California K-12 Digital Resources from Encyclopaedia Britannica, ProQuest research databases, and TeachingBooks.net are available — at school, at home, in libraries, on laptops, on phones — to all. These three databases are provided for all California students from the California State Library.