May 12, 2008

Articles in this issue

  • Other states wooing CA teachers away
    There are signs that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed huge cuts to education funding may be having an immediate impact in the classroom.
  • Fingerprinting mandate gone from CBET regs
    Thanks to ACSA’s opposition, the Office of Administrative Law has removed language from emergency regulations that would have required adult enrollees of the Community Based English Tutoring Program to be fingerprinted.
  • Favorite practices shared
    Elementary school principals from throughout the state have come together to share their favorite practices in a new document created by ACSA’s Elementary Education Council.
  • ACSA-sponsored bills wend way through Legislature
    ACSA has sponsored two bills this legislative session that are currently making their way through the Capitol. One concerns student assessment data and school accountability, while the other concerns the cost of instructional materials.