Free LCAP Webinar | Working Toward Coherence: Aligning ACS WASC, SPSA and LCAP
Sept. 28 | 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Local accountability and continuous improvement goals are best accomplished if school plans are aligned with LCAPs. This webinar will share promising practices to increase understanding of how the ACS WASC Accreditation process supports school and district alignment of the SPSA and LCAP plans and evaluation of implementation progress.
Intended audience: California public school and district administrators (principals, vice-principals, instructional leaders at district, district accreditation coordinator)
Facilitators: Dr. Marilyn George, Vice President, ACS WASC; Nancy Brownell, Director, ACS WASC; Dr. Thomas Adams, Deputy Superintendent, CDE; Edgar Zazueta, ACSA Senior Director
Systems Leadership Collaborative | For District & County Leadership Groups
A cohesive, yearlong networking and development opportunity for district and county leadership groups, building collaboration and capacity through LCFF.
ACSA, Michael Fullan Enterprises, InnovateEd, and WestEd have partnered together to develop the Systems Leadership Collaborative into an outstanding resource for district and county leaders. This new developed structure is intended to harness the complementary relationship of school districts and county offices of education to realize the potential and promise of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The larger Systems Leadership network will rely on conjoined sub-networks to build the capacity and competency of school districts and county offices of education to address the needs of high-need student groups in order to support closing achievement gaps while improving the coherence of the statewide LCFF system overall by providing models rooted in a systems leadership approach. Specific and unique to this collaborative, the structure would build both district leadership capacity to support school leaders and county offices to support districts in their continued implementation of the LCFF.
Counties and districts will be joining the Systems Leadership Collaborative (SLC) together, but will be separate to have deep, open and honest sharing, while they experience the same learning.
Program runs from October to May, with meetings scheduled at various times throughout the school year at your county or district site and three central sessions. Download the brochure for full information about scheduled sessions and networking timelines.