Maintaining Staff Morale During a Time of Crisis

Tips from the ACSA Member Assistance & Legal Support Team On October 27, 2021, our team posted an article on … Read More

ACSA HRC Discussion on AB 438 (Classified March 15 Notices)

    ACSA’s Human Resource Council invited all HR Administrators and Superintendents to a special Zoom meeting on the implementation … Read More

Dealing with Angry Parents or Community Members

For the past two years, the Advocates who serve on ACSA’s Member Assistance and Legal Support Team under the direction … Read More

Does Your Board Micromanage You?

The following article is written by Jim Capolupo, former superintendent and current president of Cambridge Solutions.   Does your board micromanage … Read More

Assembly Bill 104 Explained: Retention, Grade Changes and Exemptions

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed Assembly Bill 104 (Gonzalez), one of the most notable bills from this legislative session. The … Read More

Independent Study Changes Released

The highly-anticipated language for independent study has been released as part of the education trailer bill, AB 130. Below, you will … Read More

Summer of Joy: Strategies to Engage Students and Accelerate Learning

  Summer learning provides a renewed opportunity to invite stakeholders to the table, including teachers, parents, and community partners, to … Read More

Pioneer-leaders Needed to Explore New Terrain for Education

This column by ACSA President Ron Williams originally appeared in the May 31, 2021 edition of EdCal. The year was … Read More

Operating Independent Study and Distance Learning

  Watch an update about operating independent study by ACSA’s Governmental Relations team.  

New Teacher Support & Guidance from CTC: A Shared Responsibility

New teachers in the fall of 2021 will need different and more likely intensive support from school administrators and induction … Read More

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