Regional System of District
and School Support

Helps Schools and Districts Raise
Academic Achievement for ALL Students


The LACOE RSDSS helps meet the needs of schools and districts serving Title I students. It is part of a statewide system of school support to help ALL students meet the state’s academic content standards.

This support system delivers and brokers resources to districts and schools in need of improvement. All professional developments hosted by RSDSS are FREE to Title I Schools and Districts.

RSDSS is also a partner to School Improvement Grant (SIG) schools who are implementing the California State Determined Intervention Model.
Featured Services
MTSS WebinarMTSS Webinar
Join us for this one hour archived webinar on Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). Click HERE for the handouts. ...Read more
Tony Frontier Speaker Series: The Right StuffTony Frontier Speaker Series: The Right Stuff
Thursday, Feb 2 (Day 2): Aligning Your Instructional Repertoire to Learners’ Needs Participants will learn how to use the right strategy, in the right way, at the right time, to best support student learning and achievement....Read more
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School Improvement Grant (SIG) PartnershipSchool Improvement Grant (SIG) Partnership
SIG supports LEAs that demonstrate a strong commitment to provide adequate resources to raise the performance and progress of students in their lowest-performing schools. RSDSS can partner with your school, if you choose the California State-determined Intervention Model. ...Read more
Transitioning to a New Accountability System: UpdateTransitioning to a New Accountability System: Update
Dr. Ilene Straus shares an update on California's new accountability system in this Video Presentation from August, 2016. ...Read more
Technical AssistanceTechnical Assistance
Here is an overview of the services that RSDSS can provide for your Title I school or district. ...Read more
Collaborative InquiryCollaborative Inquiry
Administrators and site leaderships teams work together to participate in a model of inquiry, analyze local data, collaborate about instructional practices, identify emerging needs, create school-wide goals, and plan follow-up professional development to support instruction. ...Read more