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Educational Services Division

 

The Centralized Educational Services program provides for the education, coordination and development of support programs and services relative to all instructional support provided to Yolo County school districts, YCOE programs, Yolo County communities, California Department of Education, Capitol Service Region, California County Superintendents Educational Services Association, and other county offices of education and school districts within California.

 

Educational Services Division Organization Chart

 

 

School Test Scores and Data

Work Ready Certificate

 

 

District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) Review

School Test Scores and Data

 

 

Work Ready Certificate

 

 The Yolo County Office of Education, Yolo Youth Opportunity Council, Workforce Investment Board, business leaders, community agencies, and educators have come together to develop the standards and criteria for earning this certificate.

 

 

A Work Ready Certificate indicates the student's readiness for the school-to-work transition. It reflects important skills, attitudes, and values that are essential for success in the workplace. Readiness indicators are reviewed and approved by the business and education community.  For additional information contact Viola DeVita at [email protected]

Click here to view the Work Ready Certificate website