What We Do

- Support activities and policies that remove barriers and support effective online education.
Research - Facilitate, conduct and disseminate research, identify promising practices, and develop national K-12 online learning quality standards.

Professional Development - Offer professional development opportunities for administrators and teachers.

Networking - Promote the sharing of information, resources and expertise across the larger education reform community to drive future directions in K-12 online education.

Why We Do It

To level the playing field for students through online learning. Our mission is to ensure all students have access to world-class education and quality online learning opportunities that prepare them for a lifetime of success.

California eLearning Framework

California eLearning Framework

CCSESA is pleased to release its California eLearning Framework, a helpful guide for school districts and schools implementing online and blended learning opportunities for students. The Framework examines the national landscape of eLearning and presents four key components of quality online and blended learning opportunities within a California context. The key components are: content and content evaluation; teaching and professional development; technology support; and operational issues. School districts can use the Framework as a guide to becoming informed consumers and as a tool for strategically planning a successful program of eLearning opportunities for students.