Join ACSA

Join ACSA!

Your involvement in the Association of California School Administrators demonstrates your commitment to professional growth and improvement in public education. ACSA is dedicated to meeting your needs with high quality member services and benefits. ACSA is a member-driven organization representing the interests of all employees on the school management team, including administrators, classified managers and confidential employees. You can play an important role in shaping ACSA’s policies and programs at the state, region and charter levels.

Regular membership is available to those California employees in a school district or other educational agency designated or functioning as:

  • Management employees
  • Members of the management team
  • Administrators with regular part time teaching responsibilities
  • Confidential employees, classified or certificated supervisory employees
  • Professors of Education
  • Employees of the California Department of Education (CDE) or Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC)

A Few Reasons to Join

For the past 30 years, the Association of California School Administrators has provided opportunities, services and benefits to educators that help ensure their success as educational leaders. Regular Membership entitles you to:

  • Enhance your job-related skills and develop professional relationships
  • Take advantage of many specialized professional development activities
  • Add your voice to ACSA’s strong lobbying effort to improve the quality of education in California
  • Access trained professional standards advocates who protect your due process rights
  • Representatives in the field at your service
  • District management team assistance
  • Receive valuable member benefits including, group insurance plans, discount purchasing programs, and family entertainment and travel benefits
    • Keep current on education news and issues through special publications and periodicals such as:
      • EdCal, ACSA’s weekly newspaper, which includes the Job Information Survey (JIS), a listing of education job openings throughout California and the nation
      • SELL (Sacramento Education Legislative Letter), a regular report on legislation affecting education
      • Leadership, the association’s professional magazine, featuring articles by and for school administrators

For more information on your member benefits or on joining ACSA, visit state ACSA at www.acsa.org/membership