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Welcome to Small School Districts’ Association of California

SSDA was established in 1983 to advocate the concerns, welfare, and special needs of small school districts throughout California.

SSDA is a growing organization of over 500 small and mid-sized districts. We are comprised of a professional group of small district governing boards and superintendents. Join the growing number of businesses and schools who are uniting to create a better today and a brighter future for education! 

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