Frequently Asked Questions

Educators, parents, families, resource centers, regional centers, and agency partners can send an email to and a P2P team member will respond by providing requested information or by setting up a time to discuss the agency needs in order to learn how P2P can best support them.

Pathways to Partnership is funded by the California Department of Education, therefore, services are provided at no-cost to educators, parents, families, resource centers, regional centers, and agency partners.

Pathways to Partnership supports all regions throughout California for education and family support.  P2P provides regional support. Please see our interactive map for the regional structure, based on the 58 counties in California. The regionalization is based on Special Education Local Plan Areas (SELPA) within the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) regional structure for the educator map and the Family Empowerment/Resource Centers regional structure for the parent/family map. P2P has developed Communities of Practices based on these regionalized structures.

The Pathways to Partnership consortium envisions a statewide educational community with the necessary skill sets to prevent, reduce, and resolve conflicts, building trust and mutual understanding between families and educational agencies.