In December 2016, ACSA established an Accountability Task Force whose role was to support the successful implementation of the state’s accountability and continuous improvement system, and to better inform the work of state agencies based on practitioners’ experiences and perspectives. The Task Force is comprised of approximately 20 members representative of California’s regions and the different administrator roles, including principals, directors and assistant superintendents, superintendents, and county office of education officials with expertise in all aspects of the local, state and federal programs and knowledge of each of the state performance indicators. Over the past three years, the Task Force has met to review and discuss agenda items coming before the California State Board of Education, and to help inform ACSA’s position on key policy and implementation issues.
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).
ACSA has developed this one-page explainer to help school administrators understand Critical Race Theory.
Comparison chart showing differences between SB/AB 86 and the final school reopening deal announced March 1, 2021.
ACSA and other statewide organizations, county offices of education and school districts express concerns over the state Legislature's school reopening bill, SB 86/AB 86.
Listing of services offered by ACSA's Member Assistance and Legal Support Team.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office reports on recent K-12 data breaches.
Letter from statewide education organizations to Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislators on June 18 to ask that they not constrain local decision-making on school personnel.