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SBE Agenda for January 2022 – State Board of Education (CA Dept of Education) – Southern California Online Academy

Important Notice

Please note, the January 2022 State Board of Education meeting will be held as a teleconference; Room 1101 (board room) will be closed to the public.
Please see SBE Meeting Logistics section below for options to view and participate in the meeting.

State Board Members

  • Linda Darling-Hammond, President
  • Ilene W. Straus, Vice President
  • Sue Burr
  • Francisco Escobedo
  • Cynthia Glover-Woods
  • Jim McQuillen
  • Kim Pattillo Brownson
  • Haydee Rodriguez
  • Patricia A. Rucker
  • Ting L. Sun
  • Rana Banankhah, Student Member

Secretary & Executive Officer

Executive Director

Schedule of Meeting

Wednesday, January 12, 2022
8:30 a.m. Pacific Time ±

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Closed Session will take place at approximately 8:30 a.m. (The Public may not attend.)

Location

California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Sacramento, California 95814
916-319-0827

Please see the detailed agenda for more information about the items to be considered and acted upon. The public is welcome to participate.

CLOSED SESSION

The Closed Session may commence as necessary.

  • Californians for Equal Rights Foundation et al. v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tony Thurmond, Linda Darling-Hammond et al., San Diego County Superior Court, Case No. 37-2021-00037896-CU-CR-CTL
  • Cayla K et al. v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tony Thurmond et al., Alameda County Superior Court, Case No. RG20084386
  • E.E. et al., Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education et al., United States District Court (No.Dist.CA), Case No. 4:21-cv-7585 and related U.S. Department of Justice complaint and Office of Administrative Hearings complaints
  • Ella T et al. v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tom Torlakson et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC685730
  • Emma C., et al. v. Delaine Eastin, et al., United States District Court (No.Dist.CA), Case No. C-96-4179
  • I.L. v. Oakland Unified School District, State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tony Thurmond, United States District Court (No. Dist. CA), Case No.20-CV-2349-JST
  • Kerri K. et al. v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tony Thurmond, Contra Costa County Office of Education, the Floyd I. Marchus School et al., Contra Costa County Superior Court, Case No. MSC19-00972
  • Mark S., et al. v. State of California, Tony Thurmond, State Department of Education, State Board of Education, Pittsburg Unified School District, Contra Costa Superior Court, Case No. MSN21-1755
  • Martinez v. Newsom, State of California, Tony Thurmond, State Department of Education, State Board of Education, et al., United State …….

    Source: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/ag/ag/yr22/agenda202201.asp

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