Putting Square Pegs into Round Holes—An Editorial on AB 438

Managing Cash in the COVID-19 Era

How to Leverage New Funds to Improve College Readiness

Staffing Challenges Exacerbated by Rolling Quarantines

Budget Trailer Bill Reinforces Independent Study for Quarantine

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Conquering Budgets Webinar Series

About the Webinar The economy, at least the economic impact on the state’s General Fund, has done an about-face and revenues are coming in fast and furious. Communicating the ever-changing financial picture, as well as understanding and managing school district and charter school
October 19, 2021

Managing Cash in the COVID-19 Era

About the Webinar The cash deferrals of 2020–21 were a stark reminder that cash is king. While the focus is typically on budget, the significant amount of cash deferrals caused many local educational agencies (LEAs) to look for outside sources of borrowing to weather the cash
October 26, 2021
October 28, 2021

Effective Supervision and Evaluation Webinar Series

About the Webinar Supervision and evaluation are an ongoing process of active exchanges between a supervisor and an employee in support of accomplishing the objectives of the local educational agency (LEA). Due to restrictive statutory regulations and contractual obligations
November 2, 2021
November 4, 2021

LCAP—From Accountability to Compliance Webinar Series

About the Webinar California’s accountability and continuous improvement system continues to mature. The 2021–22 school year will find local educational agencies (LEAs) adjusting to its evolution and preparing for additional changes to come in 2022–23. To be successful under this
November 9, 2021

Implementing Universal TK―The Nuts and Bolts

About the Webinar Among the many things local educational agencies (LEAs) must do in the 2021–22 school year is to prepare to expand their transitional kindergarten (TK) programs beginning in 2022–23 with the requirement to offer TK to all four-year-olds by the 2025–26 school