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ACSA Legislative Advocate Martha Alvarez wrote the following analysis of the budget passed by the state Legislature. Her full analysis can be accessed…

Leading for Equity

In an effort to bring diverse thinking and best practices to the equity work being done in California school districts and campuses, ACSA is launching…

Members & Leaders

Beginning with the 2018 Awards Program, ACSA is moving to a com-prehensive online nomination submission platform. We’re excited and inspired by this…


Awards Spotlight

It only took one Facebook post to change the life of 17-year-old Cameroon native Jespa Awomah. Jespa was severely burned at 10 months old when he fell…

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Every Student Succeeding: Jespa Awomah

It only took one Facebook post to change the life of 17-year-old Cameroon native Jespa Awomah. Jespa was severely burned at 10 months old when he fell into an open cooking fire in his family’s home. He was not allowed to attend school due to his appearance, but a volunteer distributing educational materials in Cameroon was moved by his story and…


New state-of-the-art platform for ACSA awards

Beginning with the 2018 Awards Program, ACSA is moving to a com-prehensive online nomination submission platform. We’re excited and inspired by this opportunity to make our program state-of-the-art for all users, and to share this new resource with members.


Budget moves back to state Legislature

ACSA Legislative Advocate Martha Alvarez wrote the following analysis of the budget passed by the state Legislature. Her full analysis can be accessed at www.acsa.org/advocacy.


Every Student Succeeding: Nicky Macchiavello

When Nicky Macchiavello was 17, a motorcycle accident at a motocross track changed his life forever. The HS varsity soccer player crashed and suffered a traumatic brain injury, landing him in a medically-induced coma at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for the next 2.5 months. The Huntington Beach community rallied around Nicky, holding car…


AB 1220 Passes Assembly 59-3

AB 1220 will extend the probationary period with an optional third year for new teachers beyond the current two-year (15-18 months) deadline. By adding an additional year as part of this proposed legislation, teachers will be provided professional development to ensure they have all the tools necessary to build our next generation of leaders.


ACSA responds to proposed FY 2018 federal budget

ACSA's Executive Director Dr. Wesley Smith responds to the president's proposed federal budget.


Gov. Brown’s 2017-18 May Revision

Today, Governor Jerry Brown released the May Revision to the 2017-18 State Budget. Despite recent reports indicating the state’s revenues were trailing projections, the May Revision reflects higher revenue estimates of $2.5 billion.


From the Executive Director

May 8, 2016: ACSA Executive Director Wes Smith discusses ACSA's new purpose statement, guiding our work as we officially launch a website portal dedicated to immigration resources.


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As anticipated, the Budget Conference Committee completed its budget deliberations and reached a compromise on the 2017-18 state budget Thursday…
Greetings from Sacramento. This is ACSA’s brief update on the developments of the 2017-18 state budget since there has been a lot of activity over the…

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