ASCD California

Committees

CASCD's committees are where much of our work gets done, and serving on a committee is a great way to build collegial relationships with educators across the state.  Listed below are the standing committees, their purpose and their chair.

Governance & Membership

Governance Membership Chairperson – John Forbes

  • To review, study and recommend any changes in the Bylaws, Strategic Plan, and governance structure of the affiliate. 
  • To explore methods of recruiting, retaining and increasing members. 
  • To nominate candidates for election to the CASCD Board. 
  • To recommend, secure and implement programs and marketing ideas that promote the Association and recognizes outstanding educator achievements. 
  • To oversee the Outstanding Instructional Leader of the Year Award, developing the application, process and award recognition. 
  • To recommend and implement membership campaigns.
  • To determine needed Board Development
  • Serve as an unofficial CASCD emissary while attending workshops, conference and other professional activities by promoting CASCD as may be appropriate.

Professional Development

Professional Development Chairperson – Craig Wheaton

  • Identifies the professional growth issues and needs of the CASCD membership. 
  • Develops and implements a yearly professional development plan. 
  • Seeks to identify and showcase instructional practices. 
  • Sharing of best practices within CASCD membership and in California that accelerate student learning.
  • Surveying members about professional development needs.
  • Evaluating current offerings and researching topics and speakers.
  • Monitor the publications and resources of ASCD to inform committee recommendations.
  • Monitor the offerings of other educational organizations so that CASCD is providing unique offerings and filling gaps as identified by committee members.
  • Monitor changing curricular and programmatic requirements within California to inform recommendations.
  • To provide input to the Executive Director regarding speakers, facilities, pricing and all aspects of our professional learning opportunities.
  • Coordinate and facilitate high quality professional development that is consistent with the vision and mission of CASCD.

Products, Services & Technology

Products, Services and Technology Chairperson – Scott Borba

  • Implement effective use of social media. 
  • Organize new services for CASCD members.
  • Maintaining the organization website.
  • Recommending professional development opportunities related to technology.
  • Explore involvement of Educators of the Year and Emerging Leaders
  • To develop and oversee the orientation and mentoring of new board members.
  • To oversee how CASCD plans for, generates and uses resources in ways that advance the organization’s goals

California Educator Advocates

 Calif. Educator Advocates Chairpersons – Sandy Clifton /Dr. Michael Hendricks

  • Collaborate with other educational partners and governmental entities to promote high quality education in California.
  • Develop and expand CASCD influence in legislative policies that impact education.
  • Develop and implement the Influence Grant when available.
  • Develop policy positions, letters and talking points that follow CASCD’s mission and goals.
  • Ensure awareness of CASCD/ASCD among state legislators as a premier professional organization inclusive of teachers and administrators.
  • Influence policies and regulations that impact educational programs and policies for California educators.
  • Plan visits to local legislators and visit them in Sacramento when possible.
  • Promote the resources and benefits of CASCD while attending workshops, conferences and other professional activities.



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