SACRAMENTO – It all started with a desire, an idea, and a dedicated group of students. Seeing the absence of student representation on County and Charter School Boards of Education, students from all over the state of California got together and formed the basis of what is now Assembly Bill 824 — Student Board MemberContinue reading “Governor Newsom Signs AB 824”
In this edition, there is a brief recap of the last Delegate Assembly meeting and some info about where CSBMA is going in terms of development and expansion.
Recently, CSBMA leadership has been interviewed by various news outlets about the work we have done and how we are using our momentum to bring student voice to local boards of education. Check out these articles! EdWeek- Student School Board Members Flex Their Civic Muscle in Supreme Court Free-Speech Case Baltimore Sun- Former Maryland studentContinue reading “CSBMA In the News”
In the Supreme Court case Mahanoy Area School District vs. B.L. 20-255, the California Student Board Member Association stands with B.L. and recognizes her right to express opinions and frustrations about school through social media. As Student Board Members, we have the unique role of bridging the pervasive disconnect between district administration and the livedContinue reading “California Student Board Member Association Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Uphold Lower Court Decision in Landmark Student Speech Case”
Thank you to the students who came to CSBMA’s most recent LCAP workshop. This meeting focused on the priorities of the LCAP and how to use your position to make the most profound impact. Those that attended had an opportunity to examine some of the state priorities and how these goals form this guiding policy. Continue reading “Workshop: LCAP Presentation (Part 2)”
On Wednesday evening, Student Board members and our student advocacy partners met to hear from the CSBMA Curriculum Committee about the LCAP and how SBMs can use their rights to influence this incredibly important policy. Léo Corzo-Clark opened the meeting followed by a brief history of the California LCAP and explanation of the main principlesContinue reading “Workshop: LCAP Presentation (Part 1)”
On Wednesday, December 16 of the year 2020, CSBMA hosted a virtual workshop that explained the Student Bill of Rights. The CSBMA Curriculum Committee headed by Léo Corzo-Clark taught delegates how to write and present a Student Bill of Rights to their District Board of Education. A Student Bill of Rights is essentially a workingContinue reading “Student Bill of Rights Workshop”