Equity, Achievement & Diversity for Success
In the realm of reaching out to students from traditionally underserved groups, ACSA’s Valuing Diversity Award recipient Nia Rashidchi, assistant superintendent with West Contra Costa USD, stands out for her complete devotion to finding ways to help these children.
The EADS Committee is charged with ensuring every student has equal opportunities to succeed. ACSA has long advocated for an education system where all students are held to high standards and have access to rigorous, standards-based curriculum and quality instruction. Only through this model can every student excel and California's ever-present achievement gap be closed.
The EADS Committee is seeking best practices, great and small, that enabled your school to narrow your achievement gap. We invite you to share your successful strategies and get profiled in an issue of EdCal.