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Model School Board Resolutions: Pasadena Unified School District

Note the court case that establishes precedent of public education provided to children regardless of immigration/citizenship status, Plyler v. Doe (1982). Note also the key “whereas” statements here regarding restrictions on ICE raids made in sensitive spaces: WHEREAS, ICE’s 2011 policy states that it will not conduct immigration enforcement activity at any sensitive location, which includes schools, without special permission by specific federal law enforcement officials unless exigent circumstances exist; and WHEREAS, there is no written state or federal law that mandates that local districts assist ICE in the enforcement of immigration laws; The 2011 ICE document referred to above is also attached to this wiki entry as is the PUSD “safe haven” resolution.

K12NN Site Admin February 10, 2017 February 10, 2017
Model School Board Resolutions: Sacramento City Unified School District

Note incorporation of “tolerance and acceptance over hate speech,” and  “allocating adequate resources necessary to support diversity, inclusion, and the values of a multicultural society.”

K12NN Site Admin February 8, 2017 February 8, 2017 Sacramento City Unified School District, safe haven resolution
Greatness By Design: Supporting Outstanding Teaching to Sustain a Golden State

Greatness By Design: Supporting Outstanding Teaching to Sustain a Golden State by k12newsnetwork

K12NN Site Admin October 7, 2013 October 7, 2013 California, Teachers, Teaching credentials, Teaching profession
UC Davis’ Report on the State of the State of California’s After School Programs, May 2012

State and federal funding supports after school programs for children K-12. Some 450,000 children were able to attend safe, supervised, productive after school programs in 2011-2012, but over 2,600 schools were left out in the cold with no community partnerships or state/local funding to support these programs. Were you affected? What are you doing for your child’s summer and the after school hours if in summer school? What’s the picture for the year ahead? State of the State of California After School Programs, May 2012

K12NN Site Admin June 12, 2012 June 12, 2012 after school programs, K-12 after school, school aftercare, state/federal funding
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