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This episode takes you to the heart of California's Gold Country to understand how the Differentiated Assistance process works between a small rural district and its county office of education. The Mother Lode Union School District, nestled among historic mining towns in Northern California, has been flagged by the state as needing extra support due to its students with disabilities. Find out how Mother Lode USD and the El Dorado County Office of Education are approaching this new kind of school improvement work with curiosity and humility in order to improve teaching and learning.