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345_CSMP EDUCATION CODE

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EDUCATION CODE SECTION 99200-99206 99200. (a) With funds appropriated therefor, and with the approval of the Concurrence Committee, the Regents of the University of California shall establish and maintain cooperative endeavors designed to accomplish the following: (1) Develop and enhance teachers' subject matter and content knowledge in the subject matter areas specified in Section 99201. (2) Develop and enhance teachers' instructional strategies to improve student learning and academic performance as measured against State Board of Education standards adopted pursuant to Section 60605 and, where applicable, to standards adopted pursuant to Section 60811. (3) Provide teachers with instructional strategies for working with English learners. (4) Provide teachers with access to and opportunity to examine current research that is demonstrably linked to improved student learning and achievement as measured by performance levels on state tests administered pursuant to Section 60605 or on English language development assessments developed, pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 60810) of Part 33 of Division 4 of Title 2, for English language learners. (5) Maintain subject-specific professional communities that create and encourage ongoing opportunities for teacher learning and research. (6) Develop and deploy as teacher leaders, teachers with demonstrated levels of expertise in the classroom and certifiable levels of content knowledge. (b) The duties of the Concurrence Committee shall include, but need not be limited to, all of the following: (1) Ensuring that the statewide and local subject matter projects comply with requirements of this chapter. (2) Developing rules and regulations for the statewide subject matter projects. (3) Providing a final report to the Governor and to appropriate policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature on or before January 1, 2011, on the subject matter projects. The report shall include, but need not be limited to, all of the following information, compiled for a four-year period: (A) The number, and level of experience, of participants in each subject matter project. (B) The total amount of funds expended, on an annual basis, for each subject matter project. (C) An explanation of the type of professional development activities offered pursuant to each subject matter project. (D) A list including the name and location of each school affiliated with a subject matter project.
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