Leadership magazine Nov/Dec 2015 V45 No 2 - Page 7

To our readers ACSA Executive Director Wesley Smith Director of Communications Naj Alikhan Editor London Roberts Design/Layout Stephen D. Long Production Coordinator Emily Senecal Board of Directors President Tom Armelino President-Elect Ralph Gomez Porras Vice President Lisa Gonzales Vice President for Legislative Action Linda Kaminski Past President Randall Delling Directors Eric Andrew, Mauricio Arellano, Randy Bangs, Jonathon Brunson, Tammie Calzadillas, Katherine Castleberry, Will Ector, Holly Edds, Mary Grace, Jeff Harris, Andrew Ishibashi, Darrien Johnson, Peter Johnson, Sue Kaiser, Heidi Lawler, Jon LeDoux, Robert Martinez, Cindy Petersen, Terri Rufert, Rob Stockberger, Edward Trimis, Craig Wheaton, Ron Williams Editorial Office 1029 J Street, Suite 500 Sacramento, CA 95814 916.444.3216 or 800.608.ACSA www.acsa.org Advertising Office Diana Granger, ad sales rep 530.642.0111 Subscription Information 650.692.4300 or 800.608.ACSA Leadership magazine (ISSN 1531-3174) is published bi-monthly in September/October, November/December, January/February, March/ April and May/June by the Asso­ciation of California School Admin­istrators, 1575 Bayshore Hwy., Burlingame, CA 94010. (USPS 282-740) Annual subscription: $60, single copies; $12 (includes state tax). Subscriptions outside the U.S. add $20 ($80 total). Periodical postage paid at Burlingame, California and additional post offices. Articles and advertisements are the expressions of the author(s) and advertisers and are not statements of policy or endorsements of ACSA. Postmaster: Send address changes to: Leadership magazine, ACSA, 1575 Bayshore Hwy., Burlingame, CA 94010. Student learning starts with advocating for the best leadership we can provide As ACSA members we must first and foremost be student-focused and fiercely loyal to the needs of the children, young adults and adults we serve. In this issue of Leadership, we look at some of the best practices in student learning throughout the state as we continue to grow and adapt to the changing spectrum of education. Ensuring equity, revitalizing adu YX