CALSA: Redefining Leadership
CALSA is just one of the many organizations ACSA partners with. Learn more about CALSA by watching this video! Mission The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators (CALSA) is a community of diverse educational leaders skilled in addressing the needs of Latino/a students and dedicated to increasing the number of highly effective Latino/a administrators. Purpose The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators is a professional association that advocates for the continued development and placement of Latino educational leaders who are committed to quality public education.
- Provide leadership in school administration and instructional capacity.
- Work cooperatively with other state and national administrative organizations to promote and advocate for quality public education.
- Provide mentoring opportunities for aspiring Latino educators.
- Provide networking opportunities for all members of the Association.
- Provide professional assistance to community groups, boards of education, and other leaders in, or related to, the field of education.
- Initiate research and provide data necessary to develop educational programs, which meet the educational needs of the community served by the membership.
- To serve as a source of information for employment opportunities in school administration.
- To provide members opportunities for professional growth activities.
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