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Jon MunarJon Munar

University Development  Counselor                916-532-4461

Yvette SiebertYvette Seibert  Executive Assistant  530-668-3702 

Information Session Dates

September 24 - 4 to 6 p.m.

October 8 -  4 to 6 p.m.

October 21 -  4 to 6 p.m.



Partnership Opportunity With Grand Canyon University

The Yolo County Office of Education (YCOE), in partnership with Grand Canyon University, is offering several programs to earn a master's degree for their staff candidates.  Grand Canyon University (GCU) offers convenient online programs in education and leadership. Both undergraduate and graduate programs are available. 

YCOE candidates can receive credit and a special YCOE discounted rate toward one of the following Grand Canyon University programs:

 Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction 

              (9 credits applied, 25% Discount)

 Master of Arts in:

                      Autism Spectrum Disorders 

                      Reading Elementary Education

                      Gifted Education 

                      Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – TESOL 

                      Science in Instructional Technology 

                                    (6 credits applied, 25% Discount)

 You can get more information about the Degree programs by contacting our local representative. 

GCU is among the lowest in tuition for online, private universities. All of the above programs are completely online and total costs (tuition, books, and fees) are approximately $11,000 (depending on the specific program chosen).

To learn more about the YCOE Partnership and available scholarships, see Contact Information.  Please note, available scholarships and discounts are only available through the local GCU representative.  

To get more information about the program, review the Grand Canyon University flyer.

Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction


Beginning October 17th join fellow educators K-12 in a Countywide cohort to advance your career.

Strengthen your qualification for leadership opportunities while growing your ability to develop educational programs.

  • Licensed K-12 educators can gain the skills to become instructional leaders
  • Learn to build and implement curriculum at the classroom, school, district, and state level