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0200 BP - Goals of the San Diego County Office of Education

  • 0000 Philosophy / Goals / Comprehensive Plans

The County Board of Education believes that goals provide critical direction in accomplishing the mission of the San Diego County Office of Education.

The adopted goals of the San Diego County Board of Education will be updated as necessary. (See Exhibit 1 for current list of Goals of the San Diego County Board of Education.)

Board Policy: 0100

Derivation: Former Administrative Regulation No. 2144.7, Goals and Objectives, Adopted 1/5/79. Amended, Renamed, and Renumbered, Board Policy No. 0200, 6/14/95, Technical Revision 1/30/03, 7/16/03, 9/27/04, 1/15/07, 5/30/07, 3/28/08, 4/4/11, 5/2/12, 4/2/13, 9/9/15. Amended 5/9/18.

Legal Reference: Education Code 1240 - 1278

Exhibit 1 - BP 0200
San Diego County Board of Education
2017-2018 Goals

Board Goal 1

Connect the educational experience to the world of work, to guarantee all students graduate prepared for college, career, and beyond.

Board Goal 2

Provide educational opportunities and supports to SDCOE schools and school districts so that all students, including our historically underserved students, are successful.

Board Goal 3

Become the leader and model for innovation, so that SDCOE scales, supports, and develops new opportunities for our schools, districts, and students.

Board Goal 4

Maximize human and operational resources to strengthen the organizational culture of SDCOE.

Revised and Adopted: January 10, 2018

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