Date: Monday, December 5
Time: 1 p.m. Pacific / 4 p.m. Eastern
How might we explore local control and accountability plan (LCAP) school climate metrics with more intention? How can we integrate local context? Local context and education partners can help shine a light on strengths and opportunities for growth in your school or district!
Join the California Center for School Climate as they investigate how to explore school climate data included in LCAPs and identify ways to dig deeper to understand your data. Anaheim Union High School district will share their journey in engaging educational partners in this process.
Who Should Attend?
- K-12 Administrators
- School, District, and County Office Evaluation and Research staff
- Local Education Agency (LEA) staff
Ashley N. Brown, Education Programs Consultant, California Department of Education
Hilva Chan, Education Programs Consultant, California Department of Education
Carlos Hernández, Director of Community Schools and Family and Community Engagement, Anaheim Union High School District
Roxanna Hernandez, Coordinator of Learning and Development, Anaheim Union High School District
Robert Saldivar, Executive Director of Educational Services, Anaheim Union High School District
Melinda Wallace, Senior Program Associate, Region 15 Comprehensive Center at WestEd
Attendance is free.
The California Center for School Climate (CCSC), a California Department of Education initiative operated by WestEd, provides free support and trainings on school climate and data use to local education agencies in California.