ACSA's 12 councils represent the different job-alikes within school administration. From superintendents to classified leaders, these groups provide a broad range of viewpoints regarding public education in California. The job-specific councils, made up of practicing administrators from each ACSA region, bring together the best of two worlds- a united association and a unique representation for specific job types.
Council members may be elected or appointed by region presidents. Each will elect its own council president and have a vote on the Legislative Policy Committee. Councils create their own bylaws that will be consistent with ACSA bylaws and ratified by the Board of Directors.
For those seeking appointment to a council, contact your region president.