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  • From the President: We are listening

    From the President: We are listening

    ACSA President Lisa Gonzales discusses ACSA's growth in becoming the most influential leadership organization in the state.

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  • New GAO report shows students of color suffer harsher discipline for lesser offenses

    New GAO report shows students of color suffer harsher discipline for lesser offenses

    Two congressmen have released the Government Accountability Office report “Discipline Disparities for Black Students, Boys, and Students with Disabilities.”

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  • Studies find value of college grades less impactful in career market for females

    Studies find value of college grades less impactful in career market for females

    Women do not benefit from their superior academics to the same degree as men when attempting to enter the labor market, according to two interrelated experimental studies.

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  • A school social media strategy builds connections

    A school social media strategy builds connections

    As school communications continue to evolve, it’s time for school leaders to re-think social media strategy.

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  • April encourages autism acceptance and inclusion; Autism apps

    April encourages autism acceptance and inclusion; Autism apps

    National Autism Awareness Month represents an opportunity to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.

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  • AG offers guidance on personal info requests for undocumented students

    AG offers guidance on personal info requests for undocumented students

    California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has issued new guidance to help schools better understand protections that safeguard the privacy of undocumented students and their families.

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  • Report shows safety foundational to school climate, quality of life on campus

    Report shows safety foundational to school climate, quality of life on campus

    A new white paper takes a look at the challenges of school safety and offers steps school leaders and their teams can take to create a safer school culture and climate.

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  • CSU Ethnic Studies Exchange inspires students

    CSU Ethnic Studies Exchange inspires students

    Lynwood High School ethnic studies students toured California State University, Long Beach, sat in on a history class, received student support advice and talked with CSULB students.

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  • Study shows girls of color inequitably treated by SROs

    Study shows girls of color inequitably treated by SROs

    The presence of law enforcement in school, while intended to increase school safety, has been associated with increased surveillance and criminalization of students – especially students of color.

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  • D.C. lobbying trip focuses on school safety, funding issues

    D.C. lobbying trip focuses on school safety, funding issues

    Ahead of the March 24 March for Our Lives, an ACSA leadership delegation brought the school safety message to federal lawmakers.

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  • Women’s leadership celebrated at Spring WLN event

    Women’s leadership celebrated at Spring WLN event

    The ACSA Regions 2-4 Annual Spring Women’s Leadership Network Event offers inspiring guest speakers and chance to celebrate Outstanding Women Leaders.

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  • District uses data to drive student strategies

    District uses data to drive student strategies

    Sac City USD's Superintendent Jorge Aguilar is pioneering the use of data in SCUSD to identify strategies for increasing the diversity of students that apply to the district’s specialty programs.

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  • ACSA 2018 Administrators of the Year announced

    ACSA 2018 Administrators of the Year announced

    Five special award winners and winners from 21 job-alike categories will be honored at the 2018 Leadership Summit, Nov. 8-10 in San Diego.

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  • ACSA stands with governor in support of sanctuary bills

    ACSA stands with governor in support of sanctuary bills

    ACSA President-elect Holly Edds and Past President Ralph Porras made a video statement to give ACSA’s position on the sanctuary issue as it applies to California’s K-12 schools.

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  • Kneeling at high school game ruled free speech

    Kneeling at high school game ruled free speech

    A federal district court in CA has granted a preliminary injunction blocking a school district’s policy requiring student athletes to stand during the national anthem at school sporting events.

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  • SEL is an essential support to middle school WASC accreditation

    SEL is an essential support to middle school WASC accreditation

    Social-emotional learning (SEL) has become an essential aspect of guiding students in a successful academic direction.

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  • Black male suspension data analyzed in new report

    Black male suspension data analyzed in new report

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  • Middle grades principals strong on council work

    Middle grades principals strong on council work

    ACSA’s Middle Grades Education Council has a rich history of participation, and its March 8 meeting in Sacramento was no exception.

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  • 25 great K-12 books with feminist themes

    25 great K-12 books with feminist themes

    Some of these books are better for young children, while others are deeper and written for teenagers.

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  • ACSA celebrates Women's History Month

    ACSA celebrates Women's History Month

    ACSA members and staff celebrate notable female firsts and milestones in history for Women's History Month and International Women's Day.

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