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  • he diminution of school counselors and counseling in California over the last decade presents a huge challenge to preparing more students, particularly from African-American, Latino, Native American, and low-income communities, for enrollment and success in college.

    To address this challenge, the California Education Round Table Intersegmental Coordinating Committee (ICC), in conjunction with a statewide network of higher education organizations, convened four Effective Tools for Preparing Students for Access and Success in Higher Education conferences in the winter of 2013 across the state.

    To further disseminate the resource tools and scale the strategies featured at these conferences as well as other resources, the conference conveners assembled this Resource Guide. Its purpose is to ensure that:

    More secondary school and higher educational staff are aware and •

    knowledgeable of these resource tools; and,

    Secondary schools, Academic Preparation Program staff, and community •

    organizations adopt and adapt these tools to expand the efficacy and

    effectiveness of their college advising and guidance with students.

    Please visit the California GEAR UP or the California Education Round Table Intersegmental Coordinating Committee websites to order additional copies or to access an online version of the Guide.

    www.certicc.org www.castategearup.org

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  • Tool/Resource Acronym Description Contact Link

    All Campus Consortium on Research for Diversity

    (University of California

    UC/ ACCORD

    UC/ACCORD is an interdisciplinary, multi-campus research center devoted to a more equitable distribution of educational resources and opportunities in California’s diverse public schools and universities. It serves as an information and research clearinghouse and catalyst for promoting the delivery of high-quality, equitable schooling to all students and harnesses the research expertise of the University of California to identify strategies that will increase college preparation, access, and retention. Policymakers, researchers, teachers, outreach staff, and students can benefit from this source of reliable information for equitable education policy and practice.

    Author: Jeannie Oakes 1041 Moore Hall Box 951521 Los Angeles, CA 90095- 1521 Phone: 310-206-8725 Email: ucaccord@ucla. edu

    http://ucaccord.gseis. ucla.edu/publications/ critical-conditions-for- equity-and-diversity

    American College Testing

    ACT A non-profit organization responsible for the ACT test -- the college admissions and placement test taken by more than 1.6 million high school graduates every year. This organization provides more than a hundred other assessment, research, information, and program management services for education and wor kforce development that support elementary and secondary schools, colleges, professional associations, businesses, and government agencies both nationally and internationally.

    ACT 2880 Sunrise Boulevard, Suite 214 Rancho Cordova, CA 95742-6103 Phone: 916-631-9200 Fax: 916-631-8263 Email: westreg@act.or

    http://www.act.org

    Association for Middle Level

    Education

    AMLE AMLE is dedicated to improving the educational experiences of all students ages 10–15 by providing vision, knowledge, and resources to educators and leaders. This organization focuses on the core values of integrity, future thinking, respect, and collaboration at the state, national, and international levels. Its site offers the publications: Transitioning to Middle School and Transitioning to High School.

    AMLE 4151 Executive Parkway, Suite 300 Westerville, OH 43081 Phone: 614-895-4730 Toll Free: 800-528- 6672 Email: info@amle.org

    http://www.amle.org/ Home.aspx

    Big Future College Search

    This interactive college search tool allows you to filter search results by type of school, location, campus and housing, majors and learning environment, sports and activities, admissions requirements, academic credit acceptance, net price and financial aid availability, support services, and diversity.

    College Board Western Regional Office 2099 Gateway Place, Suite 550 San Jose, CA 95110- 1017 Phone: 408-452-1400

    https://bigfuture. collegeboard.org/ college-search

    BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework

    Helper

    Since 1996, BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper has been the curator of free education and homework resources for students, teachers, and parents. Although this site was designed for all elementary, middle, and high school students, many college students have used this site to help them with their studies. In addition, many links added to the site are intended to help parents and teachers.

    brucepinchbeck@ gmail.com

    http://www. bjpinchbeck.com/ index.html

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  • Tool/Resource Acronym Description Contact Link

    California Association for Bilingual Education

    CABE CABE is an advocacy organization whose mission is to promote equity and educational achievement for students with diverse cultural, racial, and linguistic backgrounds and for whom language poses an additional barrier to schooling and full participation in our educational system and society.

    CABE 16033 E. San Bernardino Road Covina, CA 91722-3900 Phone: 626-814-4441 info@bilingualeducation. org

    http://www. bilingualeducation. org

    California Association of School

    Counselors

    CASC CASC is a professional organization that provides leadership and advocacy for the profession of school counseling in California. CASC members are champions of a balanced approach to education, fairness, and equity for all students, high academic standards, and appropriate, meaningful services that support student success in school and in life.

    CASC P.O. Box 1647 Duarte, CA 91009-4647 Phone: 909-815-5222

    http://www. schoolcounselor-ca. org

    California Community

    Colleges

    The California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the nation, with 2.6 million students attending 112 colleges. The colleges provide students with a wide range of educational offerings – workforce training, basic courses in English and math, certificate and degree programs, and preparation for transfer to baccalaureate- granting institutions.

    California Community Colleges 1102 Q Street, Suite 4554 Sacramento, CA 95811 Phone: 916-445-8752 info@cccco.edu

    http://www.cccco. edu/

    California Counseling Association

    CCA CCA is a non-profit tax-exempt professional association incorporated as a state branch of The American Counseling Association (ACA). This organization supports their members as leaders and innovators in counseling in partnership with schools, government agencies, private and pastoral practice, business, and industry. CCA provides leadership through an organized program of professional development, professional advocacy in local communities, and an active presence in the California Legislature.

    California Counseling Association P.O. Box 5700 Oakland, CA 94605 Phone: 510-500-4477 Toll Free: 866-460-0945

    http://www. cacounseling.org/

    California Department of

    Education

    CDE Press

    The CDE Press provides a full range of creative multimedia services and procedures and publishes California Department of Education’s world-class resources for educators, parents, and educational entities. The Press extends its reach to every state in the nation and to more than 40 other countries. Press staff members provide services and materials such as writing and editing, layout and design, sales and distribution, and the annual California Public School Directory.

    CDE Press Sales 1430 N Street, Suite 3705 Sacramento, CA 95814 Toll Free: 800-995-4099

    http://www.cde. ca.gov/re/pn/rc/

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  • Tool/Resource Acronym Description Contact Link

    California Department of

    Education Taking Center Stage II

    TCSII Created specifically for middle grades educators, this Web portal delivers developmentally responsive and research-based practices through videos, professional learning activities, and best practice vignettes focused on the young adolescent.

    California Department of Education District, School, and Innovation Branch Improvement and Accountability Division, K-12 Innovation and Improvement Office 1430 N Street, Suite 6508 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916-322-1892 Email: tcsii@cde.ca.gov

    http://pubs.cde. ca.gov/tcsii/index. aspx

    California GEAR UP Program

    The California GEAR UP program, sponsored by the California Education Round Table at the Governor’s request, is administered by the University of California. The program goal is to develop and sustain the organizational capacity of middle schools to prepare ALL students for high school and higher education through a statewide network of support for adults -- counselors, faculty, school leaders and families -- who influence middle school students. All program services are geared towards sustainability such that school change can be successful beyond the life of the grant cycle.

    California GEAR UP Program University of California Office of the President 1111 Franklin Street Oakland, CA 94607 Phone: 510-987-9164 Valley High School 6300 Ehrhardt Avenue, Room D1 Sacramento, CA 95823 916-681-6933 Email: staff@ castategearup.org

    http://www. castategearup.org