Upcoming MSC Events

  • 10-01-21 LLF with Pat Greco

  • 10-06-21 Dare To Lead

  • 11-04-21 DA Cohort

  • 11-16-21 NIC/MTSS Cohort

MSC Calendar 21-22

Elevate Improvement Showcase 2021 was a success!

We were thrilled with the turnout for our first Elevate Improvement Showcase event and are looking forward to more opportunities to share and learn together!

The Elevate tab is now updated with all keynote and breakout session recordings and shared materials. We invite you to access these incredible resources at your leisure and in-service of your improvement needs.

Dare To Lead- MSC & 21CSLA.pdf

Registration link:

Daring Teams Info Meeting.pdf
2021-22 Learning and Leadership Forum.pdf
Book Clubs Grounded in Social-Emotional Learning.pdf

Check here information and resources from each lead agency: SELPA, Title III, Early Math, SUMS/MTSS, Community Engagement, Equity, and Geo Leads.

Mid-State Collaborative

The Mid-State Collaborative encompasses the counties of Inyo, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, San Benito, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Stanislaus, and Tulare. Tulare County Office of Education serves as the lead agency for the Mid-State Collaborative. The Mid-State Collaborative is one of nine regional efforts.


The Lead Agencies will work together to support the following goals for all counties. The Lead Agencies will also connect COEs to the other initiatives within California's System of Support.

  • Support the continuous improvement of student performance within the state priorities across student groups as defined in EC sections 52060 and 52066.

  • Address the gaps in achievement between student groups as defined in EC Section 52052.

  • Improve outreach and collaboration with stakeholders to ensure that goals, actions, and services as described in school district and COEs Local Control and Accountability Plans reflect the needs of the community, especially for historically under-represented or low-achieving populations.

  • Serve as a facilitator, resource connector, and capacity builder for COEs.