As a key partner of the Inclusion Collaborative of the Santa Clara County Office of Education, Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) is committed to ensuring all children, including those with disabilities and special needs, have equal access to a quality learning environment. We respect all children and their families and believe children with and without disabilities can participate in educational activities together. SVEF supports the inclusion of children with special needs and disabilities in our community.
Together, Silicon Valley Education Foundation and the Inclusion Collaborative of Santa Clara County are working towards a similar vision. Our efforts are to help all children, with and without disabilities, receive the resources they need for a quality education through targeted programs, community education, advocacy and awareness. Learn about the Inclusion Collaborative program and the benefits of inclusion for all children and their families. You will find a wealth of resources, training materials and videos to help you integrate inclusion into your classroom, school or community programs.
Prepare for college by exploring the wealth of resources available here. Students from seventh through twelfth grade will find valuable tools to get on the road to college.
Find the courses high school students are required to take for entrance to the University of California and the California State University campuses.
Learn how our STEM education programs are preparing students for success in math and science and raising their aspirations to go to college.
If you are a student at Yerba Buena or Andrew Hill High School, you may be eligible for the Meadows Neighborhood Scholarship. Learn more about this opportunity.