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CSBA conference attendees are invited. Must register through CSBA. Limited tickets may be purchased onsite until 5pm the day before. No tickets will be sold at the door.
CSBA School Board Members will be hosting a forum on Ethnic Studies and Inclusive History.
New History Social Science Standards have been issued, and districts are in various stages of the curriculum adoption process. New curriculum should have more focus on diversity and be inclusive of all histories including API histories. How can we as board members be involved in the curriculum adoption process and ensure that inclusive histories are incorporated in our classrooms?
Panelists: Amy Koo, Darrell Woo and Tony Ubalde
Moderator: Cynthia Chang
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Collaborated with the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) in looking at the UC Admissions Policy changes. (July, 2010)
Participated in first ever Council of Presidents meeting that brought together the president and vice president of the ethnic associations and CSBA to discuss areas of common interest. Jo Ann Yee shared her presentation on ethnic representation within various levels of leadership at CSBA. This led to our inviting her to present it at our December breakfast. (June 2010)
APISBMA meeting in Sacramento during Delegate Assembly / Legislative Action (May 2010)
Attended the Asian Pacific Islander Policy Summit in Sacramento (May 2009 and 2010)
Held regional meetings in San Jose and Los Angeles where members and community members discussed education policies affecting API students. Sponsored by GCR. (March 2010)
Future workshop for the California School Board Association Trade Conference: “Understanding and Using Culture Effectively in Today’s Political Arena” in collaboration with the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) (December 4, 2009)
“Navigating the U.C. System” as a Community Sponsor with CAUSE.( Sept. 19, 2009)
APISBMA/Carpenter’s Union Scholarship awarded two $1,000 scholarshipS (June 2009)
Attended the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies event in Washington, D.C. (May 2009)
Collaborated with the Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment (CAUSE) on an Asian American town hall about education (May 9, 2008)
Sponsor SB 1524 – Aggregation of API Student Data, by State Senator Gloria Romero Supported AB 1510 – Parental & Guardian Right to an Interpreter, by Assemblyman Mike Eng
“API Caucus on Education” sponsored by Congressman Mike Honda – nine members attended and participated on the panel discussion in Washington D.C. (2008)