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The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.

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Have a Voice. The ACSA staff and leadership diligently serve the membership's interests and needs. Whether the issue revolves around changes to ESEA reauthorization, LCFF/LCAP, finance or curriculum, ACSA advocacy networks ensure that we are a dominant voice in the deliberations. Save Big. Our members receive a 50% discount on staff development and attending just one program can get you every membership dollar back in savings! ACSA programs are high quality and well-respected. Programs focus on specific job- alikes or are issue oriented. Be Influential. Through committee and council participation and contact with ACSA staff, members have the opportunity to articulate how local and national policies will impact education. Interact Online. A robust web site, webinar offerings and a thriving online community puts member benefits at the tip of your fingers. Log on to to get connected. Network & Discover. Members can stay on top of current issues by actively participating and networking with colleagues at home or across the state. More than 200 charters have been created within regions to address the local interests of members in one or more school districts. The charter structure gives ACSA its grassroots strength. Stay informed. Regular e-mail alerts, EdCal newspaper and Leadership Magazine are benefits that provide insight into best practices for leadership and instructional strategies, job vacancies and major developments in the education field. Value Your Profession. Investing in ACSA membership demonstrates your commitment to education and those who lead it. The Bottom Line. Your investment will yield a return. ACSA membership is an investment that gives back. Please support the only professional organization that serves and protects administrators and the future of educational leaders. Questions? For answers to membership questions, you have access to representatives in your region who serve on the state Member Services Committee (see page 34). In addition, we have Member Services staff available at all three ACSA locations to assist you. Burlingame • (650) 692-4300 or (800) 608-ACSA (2272) Sacramento • (916) 444-3216 or (800) 608-ACSA (2272) Ontario • (909) 484-7503 or (800) 608-ACSA (2272) about membership

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