Announcing our 2022 Model Schools

CCEA Model Continuation High Schools

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Announces Model Continuation High Schools for 2022 California Department of Education News Release SACRAMENTO — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced today that 36 schools throughout the state were recognized as Model Continuation High Schools (MCHS) for 2022. “These model schools provide invaluable resources and academic opportunities to our high-needs students, who often are … Read More

Happy 2022! Winter Newsletter

USS Midway, CCEA Awards Gala 2021

Happy New Year CCEA Community! The 2021 Conference was a big success! Thank you all so much for being a part of it — check out the photos and videos online. Log in to your member account to watch the seminars. We’re excited to share lots of big news, below. May 5 – 8 in Long Beach 2022 CCEA+ Conference … Read More

Photos: Model Schools Gala and Awardees 2020 & 2021

USS Midway, CCEA Awards Gala 2021

Thank you to all of our members and guests that joined us for the 2021 Conference and Awards dinners!  We were thrilled to have our organization together in the same place, exchanging ideas and promoting continuation education.  You are what makes CCEA+ special, and we hope to continue to grow and support educators across California. It is with great pleasure … Read More

Featured: California Conservation Corps

California Conservation Corps (CCC), featured on CCEA Plus

Introducing the California Conservation Corps! The California Conservation Corps (CCC) is a program for young adults 18-25 years old. The CCC work on many public service projects and respond to emergencies across the state. Their goal is to mentor these young adults and guide them in becoming successful in their career goals. CCC’s program provides a plethora of trainings that … Read More

Conference 2021 Schedule and Speakers

CCEA Plus Conference Schedule and Speakers

View/Download Conference Program (PDF) “2020/21 Vision, Making a Difference Together” Scroll down, click the tabs for Conference 2021 Interactive Schedule App and Check-in. Or, open the full schedule app in a new window.  Details will be updated here. You can check in as an attendee by logging into the app below.  Please note: this is a separate app from the … Read More

Guide: Welcoming Students Back to School

Back to School 2021-2022, CCEA Plus

Welcoming Students Back to School Is More Important Than Ever This Fall   Supports for Transitions | Download PDF Guide From Dan Sackheim at CDE: “This edition (PDF) from the Center at UCLA, of the student supports that Howard Adelman and Linda Taylor send out, begins with a great list of activities to welcome students and adults back to school… … Read More

Webinar August 3: Changes to Independent Study

CCEA Plus, Independent Study Changes

CDE to Discuss Significant Changes to Independent Study in Webinar Workshop Tuesday, August 3, 2021 @ 10:00 a.m. PST | Get Details and Register From CDE:  Assembly Bill (AB 130) was recently enacted into law and made significant changes to independent study and, for the 2021–22 school year only, requires school districts and county offices of education to offer independent … Read More

Book Now: Discounted Hotel Rooms for Conference

Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel, San Diego, CA, CCEA Plus Room Rate 2021

Don’t Wait to Get the Special Rate Important reminder! The CCEA+ Conference venue is providing our group with a special hotel room rate. Since the room block is limited, be sure to confirm your hotel reservations before August 15th. It’s likely that you need to re-book with the hotel if you made reservations last year or this past spring. We … Read More

Article: Alternative Education Models During the Pandemic

CCEA Plus, Class of 2021

The following excerpt comes from an article about alternative education models during the pandemic. The Fort Bragg USD community is featured, along with a continuation high school and two community day schools. Read the full article by Mary Makela in the Fort Bragg Advocate-News. Excerpt from the Article on “Big Picture Learning” Source: Article by Mary Makela Just prior to … Read More