Federal education legislation, No Child Left Behind (NCLB, 2001), requires all states to provide a statewide system of sustained support for districts and schools receiving Title I funding. In California, this support structure is organized through the state's configuration of eleven regions by the Regional System of District and School Support (RSDSS). Each region, under the leadership of a consortium of county superintendents, provides regional coordination and collaboration of services through the RSDSS office for regional Title I low-performing schools.
The Regional System of District and School Support for Region 2 operates from the Tehama County Department of Education in Red Bluff. RSDSS serves the nine northeastern counties of California, by disseminating information. providing technical assistance and brokering regional and statewide resources to our educational stakeholders.
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