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Every Student Succeeding: Jacqueline defied the doctors’ expectations. Undeterred by her physical limitations, Jacqueline set her sights on athletics and thanks to the Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative and #BAWSIRollers, an adaptive sports program that helps young girls with disabilities play sports, she followed her dream.



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Awards Spotlight: Pupil Personnel Administrator of the Year

ACSA is honoring this year’s Administrator of the Year Award recipients, and each is being profiled in EdCal leading up to the formal awards gala at the 2017 Leadership Summit in San Jose. Featured this week is Jose Paredes, director of student services for Covina-Valley USD.


Every Student Succeeding: Destiny Stallings

The man Destiny Stallings affectionately calls “Papa”, her grandfather, stepped up and took over as her caretaker after a rocky start to her life. When he was diagnosed with cancer, her world fell apart. Both her grandfather and her uncle died within months of each other, pitching Destiny into a…


Every Student Succeeding: David Jasuan

David Jasuan was born in Myanmar to a Christian missionary. As a result of government persecution, David and his family were forced to escape the country. They crossed the border from Myanmar to Thailand and then to the Malaysian jungle. Thanks to the United Nations Refugee Agency, David and his…


Every Student Succeeding: Carnisha Martin

Carnisha Martin’s childhood was filled with both loss and neglect, yet she never lost her drive to succeed. She bounced from house to house, family member to family member. And she lost her mother after a battle with breast cancer. Despite the upheaval and constant uncertainty, Carnisha’s resiliency…


Every Student Succeeding: Richard Lemmons

In infancy, Richard’s grandparents took him from his parents, both addicts, and raised him as their own. When they died while Richard was still young, depression became yet another battle he had to fight. A host of educators in Riverside Unified School District banded together to help out. Julie and…


CTC assessment gauges school leadership

During the past seven years, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing has been engaged in a comprehensive effort to update and revise standards, policies and regulations relating to the preparation of school administrators and program accreditation.


Awards Spotlight: Curriculum and Instruction Administrator of the Year

ACSA is honoring this year’s Administrator of the Year Award recipients, and each is being profiled in EdCal leading up to the formal awards gala at the 2017 Leadership Summit in San Jose. Featured this week is Julianne Hoefer, director of Educational Services in the Fountain Valley School District.


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ACSA has been working with CSBA, CASH, Small School Districts Association and CA School Nutritionists Association, to educate Cal EPA about the impact…
The Governor has signed AB 119 into law requiring public employers to provide our new employees an orientation including participation by our local…

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