The Statewide Residency Technical Assistance Center (SRTAC) provides targeted, developmentally appropriate technical assistance to program participants aligned with residency program outcomes. By leveraging the collective strengths of consortium members, the Hub leaders and county offices of education (COEs), SRTAC will:

Efforts to enhance the educational workforce across the state, thus strengthening the quality of public education.

The California state budget signed by the Governor in July 2022 includes a total of $20 million in funding for a competitive grant to create a Statewide Technical Assistance Center.

The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) awarded its intent to fund the Statewide Technical Assistance Center Grant Program to the Santa Clara County Office of Education. 

This funding will provide a cohesive and effective technical assistance center that promotes high-quality support for California’s teacher and school counselor residency programs.

Improving Residency Outcomes

To implement SRTAC, The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) is partnering with the following Regional Hub COEs: