Hundreds of ACSA members gathered at the State Capitol to advocate for the needs of California's 6.2 million public school students. This year's agenda focused on school funding, mental health awareness and special education. #ACSAadvocates
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The ACSA Legislative Lunch Break: Special Edition breaks down the Dec. 3 Regional Stay-at-home order from Gov. Gavin Newsom.
During Keannu Linnell’s sophomore year, the junior-varsity quarterback was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
ACSA's Small School Districts Committee comes together three times a year to discuss current and potential challenges and brainstorm supportive solutions.
Peninsula Union School District Superintendent-Principal Lark Doolan came out as transgender in 2017, making him the first openly trans public school superintendent in the country.
ACSA recently held its first Northern California networking event meant for LGBTQ+ administrators and allies.
ACSA’s first-ever Sisterhood Leadership Symposium kicked off Saturday, May 18, in Alhambra.
ACSA’s Principals' Institute and Institute for New & Aspiring Principals are a residential programs held each summer at UCLA.
Members of ACSA’s Leadership Assembly met in Sacramento May 8-10 for an update on the year’s progress and to make decisions about the organization’s future.
More than 200 parents, educators and interested citizens filed into the State Board of Education meeting on May 8 to express support and opposition for the state’s new Health Education Framework.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s May budget revision includes the most investments ever for the state’s nearly 6.2 million K-12 students at a total $101.8 billion.
Asian American site leaders from ACSA Regions 2, 4, 5 and 6 gathered to share their personal stories and engage in discussions about navigating specific road blocks to their success.
A majority of Californians support teacher strikes and more funding for education, but Californians are evenly split on how they feel about charter schools, according to a new PPIC survey.
Districts looking for an effective, affordable way to improve schools may want to consider developing “principal pipelines,” according to new research from the RAND Corporation.
In an effort to address this new epidemic, the Las Virgenes USD has been aggressive in its efforts to educate students, parents and staff, while enforcing rules and regulations on vaping.
A new study developed by the Learning Policy Institute and the National Association of Secondary School Principals reviews existing research to identify why school leadership matters.
ACSA regions have selected the winners of the 2019 Every Student Succeeding Awards. Students were chosen from each of the 19 ACSA regions and will be honored at a special luncheon in November.
More than 400 members walked the halls of the state Capitol to advocate for ACSA’s key issues for 2019: increased LCFF base funding, mental health, and equitable funding for special education.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education released a report explaining how the high-stakes pressure to get into college leads to a culture that condones a whole host of unethical practices.
Teachers, administrators, classified employees, school board members, students, parents and elected officials gathered on the steps of the state Capitol to rally full and fair funding.
As documented in a new report, few elementary teacher preparation programs either conduct any sort of screening or require specific coursework in the subject area knowledge.