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EDUCATION CODE
SECTION 1720-1723



1720.  The county superintendent of schools may, with the approval
of the county board of education, and in cooperation with school
districts and community college districts provide for the preparation
of courses of study and the development of curriculum and
instructional materials to be used in the elementary and secondary
schools.



1721.  The county superintendent of schools may, with the approval
of the county board of education, enter into an agreement with the
governing board of any school district and community college
districts in the territory under his or her jurisdiction, other than
specified in Section 1720, to provide for the preparation of courses
of study by the county superintendent of schools for use in the
districts. The agreement shall provide for the payment of the cost of
services rendered.



1722.  The county superintendent of schools, with the approval of
the county board of education, and in cooperation with school
districts and community college districts and the State Department of
Education, or the board of governors, according to jurisdiction may
participate in projects for developmental program planning.




1723.  The services described in Sections 1720, 1721 and 1722,
except clerical, accounting, and stenographic services, shall be
performed by persons who hold a valid credential, or a life diploma
based thereon, authorizing administrative services.
   Any person who is, and continuously since September 7, 1955, has
been, employed in the office of a county superintendent of schools
and is performing the services described in this article may continue
to perform such services without possessing the credential otherwise
required as long as he remains continuously employed in his
position.