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Ms. Camille Maben

Director - Early Childhood Division

California Department of Education

Direct Phone: (916) ***-****       

California Department of Education

1430 N Street

Sacramento, California 95814

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
First 5 California Special Needs Project

Board President
Rocklin High School

Business Manager , Teacher
Roseville Community School

Affiliations

Senior Advisor
State Superintendent Delaine Eastin

Senior Advisor
Rocklin Board

School Board Member
Rocklin High School

Web References (102 Total References)


Challenges Lie Ahead for Early-Learning Grant Winners - Early Learning Ventures Alliance | Child Care | Merage

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Sixteen regional "consortia" made up of early-childhood providers and other groups like school districts and county offices of education will devise local rating systems based on guidelines provided by the state, said Camille Maben, the director of the child-development division in the California Department of Education.

The state's standards, or "foundations," for infant, toddler, and preschooler development, must be incorporated into the local rating systems, including those that are specific to young English-language learners. The local systems must also use a school-readiness tool that relies on observations of new kindergartners to determine how they are doing in math, language and literacy, and social and emotional development. Those observations will also grade how well the early-childhood programs that students participated in prepared them.
The local consortia will largely decide which standards must be met before providers can move from one quality tier to the next in the rating systems, Ms. Maben said.
But questions about the long-term budget stability and sustainability of the new early-childhood initiatives hang over California more than any other winning state. The state has been mired in a fiscal crisis for five years, a situation that has subjected early-childhood programs to deep spending cuts, Ms. Maben said. It is also the only winning state to be awarded less money than it requested, having received $53 million of its $100 million request. That has prompted a few of the local consortia to reconsider their participation, Ms. Maben said.
"Even with less money to work with, I'll be surprised if any of them decides not to go forward," she said.


6th Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference - Workshop Descriptions

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Camille Maben, Director, Child Development Division, California Department of Education


6th Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference - Workshop Descriptions

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Camille Maben, Director, Child Development Division, California Department of Education


Camille Maben, First 5 ...

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Camille Maben, First 5 California Prior to her appointment at First 5 California, Camille served as the Division Director of the Child Development Division at the California Department of Education (CDE). She most recently served as Co-Chair of the State Advisory Council on Early Learning and Care, and also helped win and implement the $52.6 million federal Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge Grant. Camille currently serves as a school board member for the Rocklin Unified School District. She has served on the Rocklin Board for over 20 years.


In December 2012, Camille ...

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In December 2012, Camille Maben began serving in her current role as Executive Director of First 5 California. In that role, she is responsible for staffing the California Children and Families Commission, in addition to directing the work of the agency and its staff. Through her leadership, First 5 California is implementing several evidence-based and results-driven Signature Programs targeted to children, parents, and teachers that focus on quality.

Prior to her appointment at First 5 California, Camille served as the Division Director of the Child Development Division at the California Department of Education (CDE). Part of her responsibilities in that role included providing leadership and oversight to over 700 early care and education contractors with a $1.7 billion dollar budget. She most recently served as Co-Chair of the State Advisory Council on Early Learning and Care, and also helped win and implement the $52.6 million federal Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge Grant.
She was previously appointed by the Governor to serve as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Secretary of Education. She worked closely with the Secretary on the coordination and development of the Governor's education policy agenda.
In earlier work at CDE, Camille served as Division Director of the School and District Accountability Division. Her division included the No Child Left Behind Office, oversight of the Categorical Program Monitoring process, the Title I Policy and Partnerships Unit, and the English Learner Accountability Unit. She served as the Superintendent's representative to the California Interscholastic Federation. Camille also served as Senior Advisor to former State Superintendent Delaine Eastin and has worked as a consultant to the Assembly Education Committee.
Camille currently serves as a school board member for the Rocklin Unified School District. She has served on the Rocklin Board for over 20 years.

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