South East Consortium for Special Education                                       Special Education Local Plan Area


California Dyslexia Guidelines

**NEW Recently released California Dyslexia Guidleines**

Program Showcase

Alum Rock Union School District's Therapeutic Support Services Program at Ryan Elementary

From left to right: Leo Mapagu, Hilaria Bauer, Nicole Wesson, Helen Huynh, Erin Devine, Prabhjot Singh, Clarissa Johnston, Rosa Marcos, Jose Lopez, Azucena Romero, Inderveer Tut, Juan Garcia, Jean Gallagher, and Raquel Katz

Ryan's Therapeutic Support Services Program has been serving students with emotional/behavioral disorders since 2012. The program utilizes positive behavioral supports and evidence-based practices to address student needs.

The attachment illustrates the program's implementation of The Tiers of Intensive Educationally Responsive Supports (TIERS) Program.

Unified Vision

The South East SELPA is a champion for all students
having the social emotional and academic skills
to be successful lifelong learners.

The South East SELPA supports teaching and learning

in partnerships with families, schools,
and community agencies.

We encourage each partner to demonstrate
a spirit of respect, responsibility
and shared commitment to excellence.

Special Education Local Plan Area

The South East Consortium Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) is composed of eleven school districts and the Santa Clara County Office of Education. The overall purpose of the SELPA is to ensure that quality special education programs and services are available to meet the individual needs of special education students.   

The South East Consortium SELPA is a support service office. Its primary goal is to promote success for all learners by providing quality services and support in a professional and timely manner.

Support services provided by the SELPA office include:

  • Aternative Dispute Resolution
  • California Special Education Management Information System (CASEMIS)
  • Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
  • Fiscal Management: Special Education Funding
  • Information Dissemination
  • Professional Development and Parent Education
  • Special Education Local Plan and Policies

Learn more about California SELPAs at

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