News Articles

The latest news articles from ACSA.

  • ESS: Immigrant student leaves family for better life in U.S.

    ESS: Immigrant student leaves family for better life in U.S.

    At the age of 14, Rolando Pablo Lorenzo left his family and left his life in Guatemala for better opportunities in the United States.

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  • Administrator of the Year: Helping students to grow

    Administrator of the Year: Helping students to grow

    Rhonda Buss is the director of Secondary Schools in ABC Unified School District and winner of the 2018 Career Technical Education Administrator of the Year award.

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  • From the President: We make magic

    From the President: We make magic

    Incoming ACSA President Holly Edds discusses the new Strategic Plan and the Impact Statements which frame the purpose of our work.

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  • Administrator of the Year: Committed to education

    Administrator of the Year: Committed to education

    Keith Larick currently serves as the chair of the Brandman University doctoral program. He is also this year’s winner of the ACSA Professor of Education Award.

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  • Budget increases state investments in early childhood education

    Budget increases state investments in early childhood education

    Read a summary of the state budget's impact on education.

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  • FAQs answered for districts on Janus vs. AFSCME and SB 866

    FAQs answered for districts on Janus vs. AFSCME and SB 866

    ACSA, with our Legal Partners, has updated our Frequently Asked Questions document to assist school leaders moving forward.

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  • ESS: Bakersfield special education student blazes trail through art

    ESS: Bakersfield special education student blazes trail through art

    “I never thought I’d be able to do it. I honestly that I would never be able to do an AP class.”- Mickaela Valenti, ACSA Region 11, Stockdale High School

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  • ESS: Kerman student all about giving back

    ESS: Kerman student all about giving back

    The son of Punjabi immigrants, Jaskiret Rai grew up in a house with limited English. With the help of a school librarian, he learned to read and is determined to pay it forward.

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  • ESS: Shining after a severe stroke

    ESS: Shining after a severe stroke

    Los Alamitos student shines on the court after life-threatening seizure.

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  • From the President: We are one ACSA

    From the President: We are one ACSA

    ACSA President Lisa Gonzales shares her final reflections on the past year.

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  • Survey finds K-12 economic education lacking

    Survey finds K-12 economic education lacking

    According to the 2018 Survey of States, financial independence may be out of reach for many because K-12 students are not receiving adequate tools and training to make informed financial decisions.

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  • Offering clear direction for progress

    Offering clear direction for progress

    Jennifer Williams, ACSA's 2018 Central Office Administrator of the Year, describes her education administration journey as a natural progression of her interests.

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  • Following the path to administration

    Following the path to administration

    For his exceptional leadership, Mark Anderson has been selected as ACSA’s 2018 Secondary Principal of the Year.

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  • Armelino named new director of the CCEE

    Armelino named new director of the CCEE

    Tom Armelino, former ACSA President and the Executive Director of the NASS, was named last week as the new Executive Director of the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence.

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  • Innovative excellence in Covina school

    Innovative excellence in Covina school

    At Barranca Elementary School in Covina, every student codes. Kids as young as 4 are able to not only write code, but are also taught to articulate what they’re coding.

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  • Women‘s Collaborative growing school leaders

    Women‘s Collaborative growing school leaders

    Amelia Villanueva and her sister Elizabeth are part of ACSA’s Women in Education Leadership Collaborative, maximizing leadership potential through research, guest speakers and networking.

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  • Voters very concerned about school violence, PPIC poll shows

    Voters very concerned about school violence, PPIC poll shows

    A summary of key findings of a statewide survey on education released by the Public Policy Institute of California.

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  • Kirst to retire after four decades in K-12

    Kirst to retire after four decades in K-12

    Current President of the State Board of Education Mike Kirst has announced he will be retiring from his post in January 2019.

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  • May Revision contains no surprises for K-12 education

    May Revision contains no surprises for K-12 education

    On May 11, Gov. Jerry Brown released his May Revision of the state budget proposal. Read a brief analysis and ACSA's perspective.

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  • Blogging at the hub can build your influence

    Blogging at the hub can build your influence

    We offer our members the chance to share their expertise – and build relationships – on our Resource Hub, as well as at our world-class conferences, trainings, academies and workshops.

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