About the California Common Core
The California Common Core Curricula is the result of a multi-year statewide collaborative effort to develop standardized curricula for California’s newly hired child welfare supervisors and child welfare workers. Development and implementation of the Common Core Curricula was mandated by California’s Program Improvement Plan (PIP) as part of the 2003 federal Child and Family Services Review (CFSR).
The Statewide Training and Education Committee provides ongoing guidance on the systematic revision of the Common Core.
- For more information about the background and context of the California Common Core Curricula for child welfare workers and supervisors:
- Guidelines for Public Use and Citation of the Common Core
- How to Use the Trainer's and Trainee's Guides
- Guides and Templates
- Other information about the Common Core: