County Office of Education Committee

Committee Members




Follow Us On Facebook!

The COE Committee has it's own Facebook page. To follow us and get the latest COE news, click here!

We also host a Facebook Group, "COE Committee Connections," for COE members to connect and communicate with each other. If you are a COE member employee, please join!

Purpose Statement

County Offices of Education provide unique and specialized services to students and communities across the state. The County Office of Education Committee researches, educates and publicizes the issues and concerns of county office of education chapters and their members. The committee serves as a liaison between county office of education classified employees and the CSEA Board of Directors, focusing on trends, policies and legislation that impact these members and ensuring their voices are heard.

COE Committee meet at Governmental Relations Office in Sacramento

COE Committee members Veronica "Ronnie" Rosales, Ruth Gloria, David Gaboni, Katie Andersen and Maranita Porter met in Sacramento at CSEA Governmental Relations Office. Members recived legislative update from Jai Sookprasert and Dolores Duran-Flores.

Thank you for joining us at the 92nd Annual Conference!

The COE Committee hosted an educational forum on Sunday, July 29th, 2018 as part of CSEA's 92nd Annual Conference. Our presentation focused on what a COE is and what the COE committee does for COE classified employee members. We would like to say "THANK YOU!" to all the conference delegates who attended the workshop and stopped by our booth! It was nice to see all of the folks interested in what the COE Committee can do for YOU. If you have any ideas, or any members you'd like to highlight, please let us know!


Tony Thurmond

CSEA supports Tony Thurmond

This November, friend of classified employees and champion of public schools Tony Thurmond will face off against a charter school advocate with ties to Betsy DeVos.
State Capitol

Tony Thurmond's bill signed into law, banning for-profit charters

For-profit charter schools will be illegal in California after legislation co-authored by Assemblymember Tony Thurmond was recently signed by the governor.
National School Lunch Week

National School Lunch Week

More than 29 million children eat lunch at public schools every day. It’s time to pay tribute to the wonderful workers who help make this possible. Join CSEA in celebrating National School Lunch Week Oct. 15-19.
CSEA Shield

CSEA stands with members of UTLA

After members of UTLA voted to authorize a strike if necessary, President Ben Valdepeña issued a statement in support of UTLA members.
Vote for public education

Vote for public education

The November 6 Election is just a few weeks away, and the vote-by-mail period is already underway. CSEA has reviewed all the candidates and ballot propositions to help you understand who will do the most to support public education and working families.