- Building Bridges between Key Stakeholders
- Eliminating Barriers to Learning and Success
- Opening Doors to Shared and New Opportunities
Building a Movement
One of AES’s primary goals is to connect previously independent education stakeholders in order to find common ground and work together to advocate for the use of a core set of practices to turn around underperforming schools.
The purpose of this collaborative effort is to create sustainable momentum for the building of high quality learning environments as a cornerstone of California’s efforts to improve under performing schools.
AES works with key education stakeholders including representatives of the California Department of Education, the Association of California School Administrators, non-profit organizations, student and faculty groups. AES also participates in legislative activities and conferences around the State to broaden its alliances.
- In March 2015, AES’s Turnaround Principals Workgroup presented at the California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) annual conference focusing on Access to Excellence for Students of Color.
- In January 2014, one of the principals from AES’s TPWG, Gloria Ervin of San Juan High School in San Juan Unified School District was nominated as a principal of the year by the Association of California School Administrators.
- In 2013, AES provided testimony to the California State Legislature, Assembly Select Committee on the Status of Boys and Men of Color; and presented at the California Association of Latino Supervisors and Administrators (CALSA) 2013 Conference.
AES Active Partners
The list of AES active partners continues to grow. It includes:
- Arata Brothers Trust
- Berkeley High School (Berkeley Unified)
- CSU Chico Cross Cultural Leadership Center (CCLC)
- CSU East Bay Center for STEM Education
- CSU Los Angeles Alliance for the Study of School Climate (ASSC)
- Foothill Ranch Middle School (Twin Rivers Unified)
- San Juan Unified School District
- San Juan and Encina High School and Starr King k-8 (San Juan Unified)
- The University of New Hampshire Center for School Climate and Learning
- The CSU Chico SAGE (Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship)
AES has previously worked with:
- Chico Unified School District
- Marysville Joint Unified School District
- Sacramento City Unified School District
- Yuba City Joint Unified School District
- California State University Sacramento
- Pioneer High School and Whitehead Elementary (Woodland Unified)