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  • FCUSD Board President Opening Statement

    FCUSD Board President Opening Statement

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  • PCOE Protest Free Speech Flyer

    PCOE Protest Free Speech Flyer

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  • Superintendents' Weekly Meeting - Oct 7, 202120:23

    Superintendents' Weekly Meeting - Oct 7, 2021

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  • Governor's K-12 Vaccine 'Mandate' Raises Questions

    Governor's K-12 Vaccine 'Mandate' Raises Questions

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  • Latest Student Loan News

    Latest Student Loan News

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  • Governor Newsom Relaxes Procedural Requirements for Hiring Retired Teachers

    Governor Newsom Relaxes Procedural Requirements for Hiring Retired Teachers

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  • California Becomes First State in Nation to Announce COVID-19 Vaccine to Required School Vaccinations

    California Becomes First State in Nation to Announce COVID-19 Vaccine to Required School Vaccinations

    Students will be required to be vaccinated for in person learning starting the term following FDA full approval of the vaccine for their grade span (7-12 and k-6).

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  • Governor Gavin Newsom Signs AB 167 Into Law With Potential Impact to Students With Disabilities

    Governor Gavin Newsom Signs AB 167 Into Law With Potential Impact to Students With Disabilities

    AB 167 provides clarifications and makes technical corrections necessary to implement the budget trailer, AB 130. This Alert focuses on portions of AB 167 that address independent study.

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  • Ninth Circuit Finds COVID-19 Limits on Public School In-Person Learning Permissible, but Not for Private Schools

    Ninth Circuit Finds COVID-19 Limits on Public School In-Person Learning Permissible, but Not for Private Schools

    A U.S.Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion holding that the 14th Amendment rights of public school students and their parents were not violated when California limited in-person learning.

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  • New Brown Act Amendment Changes Rules for Teleconference Meetings During State of Emergency

    New Brown Act Amendment Changes Rules for Teleconference Meetings During State of Emergency

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  • FAQ: Critical Race Theory

    FAQ: Critical Race Theory

    ACSA has developed this one-page explainer to help school administrators understand Critical Race Theory.

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  • 5 Ways Educators Can Benefit from a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership

    5 Ways Educators Can Benefit from a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership

    School administrators considering pursuing a doctorate in Organizational Leadership should consider several benefits of continuing their education.

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  • Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: How to Retain Teachers through Talent Transformation

    Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: How to Retain Teachers through Talent Transformation

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  • Azusa USD Staff Exposure Letter

    Azusa USD Staff Exposure Letter

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  • Escalon Unified Exposure / No Exposure Letters

    Escalon Unified Exposure / No Exposure Letters

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  • Elk Grove Unified Exposure Letter

    Elk Grove Unified Exposure Letter

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  • New Law Allows School Districts to Adopt Trustee Areas Without Voter Approval

    New Law Allows School Districts to Adopt Trustee Areas Without Voter Approval

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  • SBCEO COVID Exposure Infographic

    SBCEO COVID Exposure Infographic

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  • The Importance of Starting Early in Retirement

    The Importance of Starting Early in Retirement

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  • CDPH Mandates K-12 School Employees Be Vaccinated or Tested

    CDPH Mandates K-12 School Employees Be Vaccinated or Tested

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