Partners

Overview

Partners

The CCS Partnership is made up of appointed members representing the California School Boards Association, California State Association of Counties and League of California Cities.

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION

CSBA is the nonprofit education association representing the elected officials who govern public school districts and county offices of education. With a membership of nearly 1,000 educational agencies statewide, CSBA brings together school governing boards, and administrators from districts and county offices of education to advocate for effective policies that advance the education and well-being of the state’s more than 6 million school-age children. A membership-driven association, CSBA provides policy resources and training to members, and represents the statewide interests of public education through legal, political legislative, community and media advocacy

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES

The primary purpose of CSAC is to represent county government before the California Legislature, administrative agencies and the federal government. CSAC places a strong emphasis on educating the public about the value and need for county programs and services.

While California’s 58 counties – ranging from Alpine with a little more than 1,200 people, to Los Angeles with more than 10 million – are diverse, many common issues exist. CSAC’s long-term objective is to significantly improve the fiscal health of all California counties so they can adequately meet the demand for vital public programs and services.

CSAC is proud to represent the counties of California. With continuing member involvement and staff commitment, we are refining and expanding programs and services that will ensure the success of counties well into the future as the closest level of government to the people.

LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES

The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities.

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