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Get ready for the SSDA 2014 Annual Conference!
In 1983, the Small School Districts’ Association (SSDA) was formed to advocate for the concerns and welfare of small school districts in California. The SSDA began with four member districts and has grown to a membership of over 500 small and mid-size districts. These districts range in size from 9 to 5,000 students.
The mission of the Small School Districts’ Association is to provide proactive assistance to small school district governing boards and superintendents through legislative advocacy, collaboration, professional development, and support services.
The SSDA also encourages businesses to support the work of small school districts. SSDA Associate Members include over 120 businesses in such fields as architecture, legal services, construction management, curriculum and assessment, financial services, HVAC, school buses, office equipment, and consultants. Many of our associate members work with our districts to provide much needed services, facilities and educational programs. To become an associate member, click here.
The SSDA hosts an annual conference in the spring of each year drawing a statewide audience of superintendents, board members, and businesses. The agency also hosts a series of regional conferences providing timely educational and legislative information in at least seven areas throughout the state.
To find out more about the SSDA Annual and Regional Conferences, click here.
SSDA will host a special webinar on Wednesday, December 4, 2013,on the Legislative Analyst’s recent forecast on the State General Fund and local property tax revenues during the next six years. This is an annual forecast and for the past three years it has been more accurate than the Governor’s Budget forecast.
The webinar will focus on the numbers, the implications for Proposition 98, LCFF Funding, Common Core, and paying down the wall of debt. The webinar will also focus on how real is the forecast and what are the identified risks that go beyond the happy numbers projections. This webinar will help explain to you, your business officer and school board members the issues for budgeting and collective bargaining that will be front and center in 2014. Click here to register!
When: 3:00 P.M.
Date: December 4, 2013
Presenters: Dave Walrath and Kevin Gordon
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