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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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Latest News

Senate Education Committee Actions

On Wednesday, the Senate Education Committee heard over forty bills in relative quick fashion. Today is the deadline for all policy bills to be acted upon by policy committees in both houses. Bills that failed to move out of policy committees by today are effectively dead. Most of the measures passed

Senate Education Acts on Education Bills

It is that time during the legislative year when we want to start bringing popcorn to committee hearings because things get pretty interesting. A lot of the political theater and drama is associated with the fact that the committees are holding hearings on bills authored by members from the opposite

State Controller’s Race Still In Flux

The 2014 Primary Election is almost three weeks behind us, and the top-two results in most races were known before election night was over; however, that is not the case with one statewide race that has some importance for K-12 education.  We have been watching over the last three weeks