California School News November 2017 : Page 7

7 professional development resources Statement of ownership, management and circulation (Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685) Title of publication: California School News Date of filing : September 18, 2017 Frequency of issue : Monthly Number of issues published annually : 11 Annual subscription price : $4 (member) $35 (non-member) Location of known office of publication : 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691 Location of the headquarters of general busi-ness office of the publishers : 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691 Name and complete address of Senior Director of Communications and Marketing Director : Troy Flint and Serina Pruitt, 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691 Owner/Publisher : California School Boards As-sociation, 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691 Known bondholders, mortgages or other se-curity holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgagees or other securities: None For completion of nonprofit organization authorized to mail at special rates: Have not changed during preceding 12 months Extent and nature of circulation Total no. copies (net press run) Paid and/or requested circulation 1. Outside-county mail subscriptions stated on Form 3541 2. In-county subscriptions stated on Form 3541 3. Other classes mailed through the USPS Total paid and/or requested circulation Average no. copies each issue during preceding 12 months Actual no. copies of single issue published nearest to filing date 8000 8000 7,331 46 0 7,331 7,128 45 0 7,173 Free distribution by mail (samples, complimentary and other free) 1. Outside-county mail subscriptions stated on Form 3541 2. In-county subscriptions stated on Form 3541 3. Other classes mailed through the USPS Free distribution outside the mail Total free distribution Total distribution Copies not distributed Total Percent paid and/or requested circulation 0 0 0 0 0 7,331 623 8000 100% 0 0 0 0 0 7,173 827 8000 100% New CSBA governance brief explores African-American teacher retention continued from page 6 remain in or leave the classroom. The most powerful factors impact-ing black teacher retention have to do with the organizational culture of schools. There is a correlation between African-American teacher job satisfaction and the way they feel about their schools’ administra-tion characteristics, their levels of inclusion and autonomy, schools’ cultural responsiveness and their opportunities for career advance-ment. Too often, black teachers express that they encounter a lack of support, cultural incongruities, racism and stagnant upward mobility in California’s schools. and decision-making situations. Administrators can also create career pathways for black teachers that allow for professional growth and sal-ary increase. What actions can school board members take to support African-American teacher retention? School board members must also take action in order to retain California’s black teachers. It is critical that school boards evaluate teacher demographics on state, district and school levels to assess the annual rates of African-American teacher retention and attri-tion. An analysis of state and district teacher turnover costs should be conducted to quantify the economic impact of black teacher attrition. School boards should carefully examine data on California’s student and teacher diversity gap to identify discrepancies between the two. Boards can also extend efforts to increase the diversity of the pre-service teaching pool by recruiting African-American teachers to California’s credentialing programs. What are some ways that administrators can encourage African-American teachers to remain in the classroom? School administrators have the strongest potential to positively impact school workplace conditions and increase the retention rates of African-American teachers. They can support black teachers by provid-ing induction programs that assist them, especially through their early years, in the profession. By upholding high standards and expectations of cultural competency for students and faculty, administrators can show black teachers that they are aware of and sensitive to their experi-ences of race and discrimination. School administrators can ensure that African-American teachers are included in important discussions Read the entire brief at wwww.csba.org/AA_GovBrief3.

Statement Of Ownership, Management And Circulation

Title of publication: California School News

Date of filing: September 18, 2017

Frequency of issue: Monthly

Number of issues published annually: 11

Annual subscription price: $4 (member) $35 (non-member)

Location of known office of publication: 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691

Location of the headquarters of general business office of the publishers: 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691

Name and complete address of Senior Director of Communications and

Marketing Director: Troy Flint and Serina Pruitt, 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento, CA 95691

Owner/Publisher: California School Boards Association, 3251 Beacon Blvd., West Sacramento,CA 95691

Known bondholders, mortgages or other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgagees or other securities: None

For completion of nonprofit organization authorized to mail at special rates: Have not changed during preceding 12 months

Read the full article at http://news.csba.org/article/Statement+Of+Ownership%2C+Management+And+Circulation/2955194/459155/article.html.

Previous Page  Next Page


Publication List
Using a screen reader? Click Here