New Federal Laws Protect Pregnant and Nursing Mothers

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Keenan.  Effective June 27, 2023, the PWFA amended Title VII of the Civil … Read More

10 Tips for Superintendents Signing Their First Contract

The ACSA Member Assistance and Legal Support Team, under the direction of ACSA’s Deputy Executive Director Margarita Cuizon-Armelino, assists close … Read More

REMINDER: New Fingerprinting Requirements for All Contracts

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Lozano Smith.  Due to lingering questions in the education community, we are sending … Read More

Important Changes to PERB Regulations Effective Jan. 1, 2022

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Lozano Smith.  Various amendments to the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) regulations took … Read More

New Penalties for Failure to Provide Unions with Employee Contact Information

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Lozano Smith.  On September 27, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill (SB) 270, … Read More

FAQs on AB 438 (Classified Employee Notice)

On October 8, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 438 into law. AB 438 modifies the Education Code’s classified … Read More

New Guide Helps School Districts Understand Funding Opportunities for Effective Principal Pipelines

When it comes to student outcomes, research shows that effective principals make a big difference. Federal funding can help school … 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

Recruitment and Retention Research Brief (SLOCOE)

This research brief from San Luis Obispo County Office of Education investigates the successes, challenges, and recommendations around teacher recruitment … Read More

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