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SW Selpa Team

SW Selpa Team

 
SELPA Director
 
 
Asst. SELPA Director
 
 
 
SELPA Senior Program Specialists
 
Early Start/Preschool Program Specialist
 
Sharon Azmon
Secondary/Transition
Program Specialist
 
Sharon Carrigg Bailey
Psychological
Services Coordinator
 
Peter Johnson
Data Management
Systems Coordinator
 
Jason Harper
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Services
 
Kerri Knight-Teague
School Psychologist
Intervention4Success Consultant
 
Tami Dowgiewicz, Ed.D.
Principal
Success Learning & Assessment Center
 
Jennifer Zoppi
School Psychologist SW SELPA
 
Anand Pithiana
School Psychologist
Charter Schools
 
Anand Pithiana
School Psychologist
Charter Schools
 
Patricia Navarro
School Psychologist
Charter Schools
 
Gail Gordon
Psy.D.School
Psychologist Charter
Schools

Important Information Regarding Confidential Student Data

A recent lawsuit against the California Department of Education (CDE) is impacting all school districts and SELPAs across the state.

In April 2012, two organizations, the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association, filed a lawsuit against the CDE alleging widespread, systemic non-compliance by local education agencies with special education laws.

The suit also alleges the CDE fails to monitor, investigate and correct such non-compliance in accordance with the law. The CDE denies these allegations and is actively defending the litigation.

Nonetheless, as a part of this lawsuit, CDE has been ordered by the court to release all data it has collected on general and special education students since January 1, 2008.

For more information regarding the release of this data and how you can file an objection with the court to consider not releasing your data, visit:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/morganhillcase. You may also contact the California Department of Education at 916-319-0800.

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Informacion Importante Sobre Datos Estudiantiles Confidenciales


Examines California's complex systems for serving students with disabilities and forward recommendations to the State Board of Education, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, and the California Department of Education.
 
 
 
What is a SELPA?

In 1977, all school districts and county school offices were required to form geographical regions of sufficient size and scope to provide for all special education service needs of children residing within the region boundaries. Each region (Special Education Local Plan Area) developed a local plan describing how it would provide special education services.
Today, there are approximately 125 SELPAs in the state.