|COSA Board adopts 2006-07 work plan|
The COSA Board of Directors adopted a six-point 2006-07 work plan that focuses on legislative and issue advocacy, professional development and new high school graduation requirements. The Board's action came at its June 21 meeting in Seaside.
"In terms of the work plan, your legislative goals are already moving forward," COSA Executive Director Kent Hunsaker told the Board. "We have been working on building a strong coalition of education partners for more than a year. In addition, COSA bills aimed at providing additional funding for full-day kindergarten and early childhood education programs, and at a repeal of the double majority voting law, are likely."
In addition to the work plan, the Board requested that COSA staff work
to defeat the state spending limit, 65-percent-solution and other
potential ballot initiatives that would financially devastate schools,
if they make the ballot and are approved by voters.
The highlights of the 2006-07 COSA work plan are:
|This page was last updated on Monday, June 26, 2006 .|