This directive from the Chancellor to all College Executive Staff clearly states that responsibility for Information and Communication Technology accessibility is an institutional responsibility. It introduces the CCC Information and Communication Technology and Instructional Material Accessibility Standard [PDF].
This document explains how to become a California Community Colleges Learning Disabilities Specialist. A PDF version of this document is linked to the title; a Word Version of the document is also available.
Chancellor’s Office (2012) This CCCCO memo describes adjustment in the Calculation of Rates for Special Class FTES Revenue, Effective for 2012-2013 DSPS Allocations.
This agreement establishes recognition of shared responsibility between the two entities in serving students with disabilities. (10 pages) Reviewed 03.08.19 At the current time, there is no current MOU between the CCCCO and DOR.
Chancellor’s Office DSPS Fact Sheet is updated annually. It provides an overview of the history of the program, description of services, appropriation for the fiscal year, students served by disability category, eligibility criteria, and critical issues.
This chart provides the minimum qualifications for the positions of LD Specialist (DSPS) and for Community College Counselor for Students with Disabilities, per the Chancellor’s Office, July, 2017. A PDF version of this document is linked to the title; a Word Version of the document is also available.
This document provides minimum qualifications for DSPS certificated employees per Title 5 Section 56048 and 53414. Chancellor’s Office (2017). The title is linked to the PDF version of this document; you can also access the Word Version of the document.