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EQUITY AND ACCESS IS A PROCESS, WE’LL HELP YOU CREATE AND SUSTAIN PROGRESS IN EQUITY AND ACCESS FOR CTE STUDENTS FROM SPECIAL POPULATIONS.

The California Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee (JSPAC) is committed to empowering educators with equity and access resources to address barriers to opportunities for Career Technical Education students related to special populations.

We Empower with Equity and Access to enhance the Career and Technical Education field, encourage girls, women, boys, and men to explore and enter into training programs and careers that are non-traditional by gender as well as high-wage and high-demand.

JSPAC is a committee comprised of educators from the K-12, adult education, community colleges (CC), and public and private sector.

Our members are equity-based capacity building leaders. Together these members have invested a long-term commitment to make and sustain progress of empowering with equity and access for educators.

 

We Cultivate Equity

Equity is a process which involves creating and sustaining progress. Our committee members are active equity-based capacity building leaders setting high expectations, engagement, expansion and professional growth for educators.

What the committee says about cultivating equity

 

Our Actions

Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 State Leadership funding supports our ongoing efforts to:

  1. Identify and disseminate specialized curriculum materials and resources to support services to Special Populations.

  2. Expand linkages with other programs for which equity and access to Special Populations is mandated by funding sources and for which that service is critical to program success; share information on best practices; coordinate and leverage resources to maximize the number of students who can be served; and incorporate the expertise, resources, and support those having a stake in assuring all students succeed in school and the workforce, including business and labor, and community-based organizations.

  3. Continue to expand the strong relationship between the CCCCO and CDE in service to students who are members of special populations and involve other Special Populations staffing in all Perkins VTEA planning and implementation.

  4. Create linkages with other state and federal agencies serving the identified Special Populations and offer jointly developed professional development and technical assistance opportunities.


State Representatives

                       OPEN                         California Department Education  (CDE)

AbYgail Medina
California Adult Education Program

OPEN
Community College Chancellor's Office

 

 

Tonette Salter

Tonette Salter
Equity Analyst
Foundation for Grossmont
Cuyamaca Colleges GCCCD/ Auxiliary Organization
Staff

 

 


 Members

 K-12 / Adult Education

 Tanya Trump
Region 1

OPEN
Region 2 
 

OPEN
Region 3

Chris Boynton
Region 4

 OPEN
Region 5
 

Pam Knapp
Region 6

Kristen Boroski
Region 7

OPEN
Region 8
 

don isbell
Region 9

Nicole Robinson
Region 10

Leslie Aaronson
Region 11

 Community College

Adam Runyan 
Region - North/Far North Consortium

               HOlly NOlan                     &  Drew LaFave
Region - South Central  Coast Consortium
 

OPEN
Region - Central/Mother Lode Consortium
 

           Ashley Phillips                & Windy Martinez
Region - Bay Area Community College Consortium

Frederico Saucedo
Region  - Los Angeles Orange Consortium
Term Ends: 2021

Don 'Ajene' Wilcoxson 
Region - Inland Empire

 

Rosie Antonecchia
Region - San Diego & Imperial Valley Consortium







 Private / Public Sector

                Lisa Wilson                        CEO Lisa Wilson Consulting Education
C.A.R.E

LaVonne Slaton
Solano Community College 

Dr. Zenda Mitchell AbBoTT  
Consultant
 

Susan Wheeler
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

         Allison Burdett              Wayfinder's Family Office of Education

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

 OPEN

OPEN

 Supporting Members

Carla Yorke 
            Cerritos College                 

cHRISTINA mULcahy
Cerritos College

   Rubie Acosta MacaraeG           San Mateo County Office of Ed.                

Jacquelyn  Miller
Temecula Unified School District

Kim Beaton
Feather River College

Alexander Berry
San Diego Continuing Education

 

Sheryl Plumely
          Riverside Community                               College                         

 

 

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