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SBE Agenda for May 2017

Agenda for the California State Board of Education (SBE) meeting on May 10-11, 2017.
State Board Members
  • Michael W. Kirst, President
  • Ilene W. Straus, Vice President
  • Sue Burr
  • Bruce Holaday
  • Feliza I. Ortiz-Licon
  • Patricia A. Rucker
  • Niki Sandoval
  • Ting L. Sun
  • Karen Valdes
  • Trish Williams
  • Olivia Sison, Student Member
Secretary & Executive Officer
  • Hon. Tom Torlakson
Executive Director
  • Karen Stapf Walters
Schedule of Meeting Location

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
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.)

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.

Schedule of Meeting Location

Thursday, May 11, 2017
8:30 a.m. Pacific Time ±

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Public Session.  Public Session, adjourn to Closed Session – IF NECESSARY.

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

The Closed Session (1) may commence earlier than 8:30 a.m.; (2) may begin at 8:30 a.m., be recessed, and then be reconvened later in the day; or (3) may commence later than 8:30 a.m.

CLOSED SESSION AGENDA

Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation: Under Government Code sections 11126(e)(1) and (e)(2)(A), the State Board of Education hereby provides public notice that some or all of the pending litigation follows will be considered and acted upon in closed session:

  • California Parents for the Equalization of Instructional Materials, et. al v. Tom Torlakson in his official capacity and members of the State Board of Education, in their official capacity, et. al, United States District Court (No. Dist. CA), Case No. 4:17-cv-00635
  • California School Boards Association, et al. v. California State Board of Education and Aspire Public Schools, Inc., Alameda County Superior Court, Case No. 07353566, CA Ct. of Appeal, 1st Dist., Case No. A122485, CA Supreme Court, Case No. S186129
  • Cruz et al. v. State of California, State Board of Education, State Department of Education, Tom Torlakson et al., Alameda County Superior Court, Case No. RG14727139
  • Devon Torrey-Love v. State of California, Department of Education, State Board of Education, Tom Torlakson, Department of Public Health, Dr. Karen Smith, Director of the Department of Public Health, Placer County Superior Court, Case No. CV-0039311
  • D.J. et al. v. State of California, California Department of Education, Tom Torlakson, the State Board of Education, Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. BS142775,CA Ct. of Appeal, 2nd Dist., Case No. B260075 and related complaint from the U.S. Department of Justice
  • Emma C., et al. v. Delaine Eastin, et al., United States District Court (No.Dist.CA), Case No. C-96-4179
  • Options for Youth, Burbank, Inc., San Gabriel, Inc. Upland, Inc. and Victor Valley, Notice of Appeal Before the Education Audit Appeals Panel, EAAP Case Nos. 06-18, 06-19- 07-07, 07-08 OAH Nos. L2006100966, L2006110025, L20070706022, L2007060728, Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC 347454
  • Reed v. State of California, Los Angeles Unified School District, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jack O’Connell, California Department of Education, and State Board of Education, et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC432420, CA Ct. of Appeal, 2nd Dist., Case No. B230817, CA Supreme Ct., Case No. 5191256
  • Vergara et al. v. State of California, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Tom Torlakson, the California Department of Education, the State Board of Education, Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC484642, CA Ct. of Appeal 2nd Dist., Case No. B253282, B253310

ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND ARE PROVIDED FOR CONVENIENCE ONLY

ALL ITEMS MAY BE HEARD IN A DIFFERENT ORDER THAN HOW THEY ARE LISTED ON THE AGENDA ON ANY DAY OF THE NOTICED MEETING

THE ORDER OF BUSINESS MAY BE CHANGED WITHOUT NOTICE

Time is set aside for individuals desiring to speak on any topic not otherwise on the agenda. Please see the detailed agenda for the Public Session. In all cases, the presiding officer reserves the right to impose time limits on presentations as may be necessary to ensure that the agenda is completed.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY

Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability or any other individual who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the California State Board of Education (SBE), may request assistance by contacting the SBE office at 1430 N Street, Room 5111, Sacramento, CA 95814; by telephone at 916-319-0827; or by facsimile at 916-319-0175.

CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

FULL BOARD AGENDA
Public Session Day 1

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 – 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time ±
California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Sacramento, California 95814

  • Call to Order
  • Salute to the Flag
  • Communications
  • Announcements
  • Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Special Presentations
    Public notice is hereby given that special presentations for informational purposes may take place during this session.
  • Agenda Items
  • Adjournment

AGENDA ITEMS DAY 1

PLEASE NOTE: Individual speakers will be limited to one minute each for public comment for all items Wednesday and Thursday. For items 1 and 3 only, a group of five speakers may sign up together and designate one speaker who will be allocated a total of three minutes for the group.

Item 01 (DOC)

Subject: Developing an Integrated Local, State, and Federal Accountability and Continuous Improvement System: Approval of the Application Process for Alternative Schools; Update on the California School Dashboard, the English Learner Progress Indicator, and Continued Developmental Work of Evaluation Rubrics.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 02 (DOC)

Subject: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress: Approve the Proposed Contract Amendment with Educational Testing Service for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress Contract.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 03 (DOC; 1MB)

Subject: Update on the Development of the California State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 04 (DOC; 2MB)

Subject: California High School Proficiency Examination: Approve the Finding of Emergency and Proposed Emergency Regulations for Amendments to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Sections 11520, 11524, 11525, and 11526.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 05 (DOC; 2MB)

Subject: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress: Readoption of the Finding of Emergency and Proposed Emergency Regulations for Amendments to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Sections 851 through 856.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 06 (DOC)

Subject: Amendment and a Revision of California State Board of Education Waiver Policy: Independent Study: Average Daily Attendance-to-Teacher Ratio.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 07 (DOC)

Subject: Approval of 2016–17 Consolidated Applications.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 08 (DOC; 2MB)

Subject: Appointment of Instructional Materials Reviewers and Content Review Experts; Application Process for Curriculum Framework and Evaluation Criteria Committee Members, Instructional Materials Reviewers, and Content Review Experts; and Standards for Evaluating Instructional Materials for Social Content – Approve Commencement of the Rulemaking Process for Amendments to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Sections 9512, 9513, 9510, 9518, 9529, and 9810.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 09 (DOC; 2MB)

Subject: Follow-Up Adoptions – Approve Commencement of the Rulemaking Process for Amendments to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 9517.1.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 10 (DOC)

Subject: Request for Approval of Fresno County Charter Special Education Local Plan Area.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 11 (DOC)

Subject: Approval of the Charter School Numbers Assigned to Newly Established Charter Schools.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 12 (DOC)

Subject: Consideration of Requests for Determination of Funding as Required for Nonclassroom-based Charter Schools Pursuant to California Education Code Sections 47612.5 and 47634.2, and Associated California Code of Regulations, Title 5.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 13 (DOC)

Subject: Local Control Funding Formula: Recommendation of the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence Fiscal Agent.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 14 (DOC)

Subject: STATE BOARD PROJECTS AND PRIORITIES. Including, but not limited to, future meeting plans; agenda items; and officer nominations and/or elections; State Board appointments and direction to staff; declaratory and commendatory resolutions; Bylaw review and revision; Board policy; approval of minutes; Board liaison reports; training of Board members; and other matters of interest.

Type of Action: Action, Information


Item 15 (DOC)

Subject: GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. Public Comment is invited on any matter not included on the printed agenda. Depending on the number of individuals wishing to address the State Board, the presiding officer may establish specific time limits on presentations.

Type of Action: Information

ADJOURNMENT OF DAY’S SESSION


CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

FULL BOARD AGENDA
Public Session Day 2

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017 – 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time ±
California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Sacramento, California 95814

  • Call to Order
  • Salute to the Flag
  • Communications
  • Announcements
  • Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Special Presentations
    Public notice is hereby given that special presentations for informational purposes may take place during this session.
  • Agenda Items
  • Adjournment

AGENDA ITEMS DAY 2

PLEASE NOTE: Individual speakers will be limited to one minute each for public comment for all items Thursday.

WAIVERS / ACTION AND CONSENT ITEMS

The following agenda items include waivers that are proposed for consent and those waivers scheduled for separate action because CDE staff has identified possible opposition, recommended denial, or determined they may present new or unusual issues that should be considered by the State Board. Waivers proposed for consent are so indicated on each waiver’s agenda item; however, any board member may remove a waiver from proposed consent and the item may be heard individually. Public testimony may be provided regarding any waiver item, subject to the limits set by the Board President or by the President's designee; and action different from that recommended by CDE staff may be taken.

Community Day Schools (CDS) (Colocate Facilities)

Item W-01 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Downey Unified School District for a waiver of portions of California Education Code Section 48661(a) to permit collocation of a Community Day School on the Columbus (Continuation) High School Campus.

Waiver Number: 31-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Equity Length of Time

Item W-02 (DOC)

Subject: Request by 16 school districts to waive California Education Code Section 37202(a), the equity length of time requirement for transitional kindergarten and kindergarten programs at the districts’ elementary schools.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Alpaugh Unified School District 9-1-2017
  • Capistrano Unified School District 28-2-2017
  • Galt Joint Union Elementary School District 23-2-2017
  • Hueneme Elementary School District 25-1-2017
  • Jurupa Unified School District 5-2-2017
  • Kenwood School District 30-1-2017
  • Lafayette Elementary School District 12-2-2017
  • Lake Tahoe Unified School District 1-2-2017
  • Maple Elementary School District 43-12-2016
  • Morongo Unified School District 10-1-2017
  • Orinda Union Elementary School District 21-2-2017
  • Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District 24-1-2017
  • Poway Unified School District 22-2-2017
  • Rio School District 26-1-2017
  • San Jacinto Unified School District 23-1-2017
  • Santee School District 5-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Instructional Time Requirement Audit Penalty (Below 1982-83 Base Minimum Minutes)

Item W-03 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Durham Unified School District under the authority of the California Education Code Section 46206(a), to waive Education Code Section 46201(a), the audit penalty for offering less instructional time in the 2014–15 school year for students in grades nine through twelve (shortfall of 1,960 minutes) at district schools.

Waiver Number: 26-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Instructional Time Requirement Audit Penalty (Below 1982-83 Base Minimum Minutes)

Item W-04 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Maple Creek Elementary School District under the authority of the California Education Code Section 46206(a), to waive Education Code Section 46201(a), the audit penalty for offering less instructional time in the 2015–16 school year for students in grades four through eight (shortfall of 600 minutes) at district schools.

Waiver Number: 2-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Instructional Time Requirement Audit Penalty (Below 1982-83 Base Minimum Minutes)

Item W-05 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Montecito Union Elementary School District under the authority of the California Education Code Section 46206(a), to waive Education Code Section 46201(a), the audit penalty for offering less instructional time in the 2015–16 school year for students in grade one (shortfall of 45 minutes) at district schools.

Waiver Number: 16-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Sale or Lease of Surplus Property

Item W-06 (DOC)

Subject: Request by two school districts to waive California Education Code sections specific to statuatory provisions for the sale or lease of surplus property.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Dos Palos Oro Loma Unified School District 14-2-2017
  • Union Elementary School District 16-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


School Construction Bonds (Bond Indebtedness Limit)

Item W-07 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Sanger Unified School District to waive California Education Code sections 15106 and 15270(a) to allow the district to exceed its bond indebtedness limits. Total bond indebtedness may not exceed 2.5 percent of the taxable assessed valuation of property for high school and elementary school districts or 2.5 percent for unified districts. Depending on the type of bond, a tax rate levy limit to $30 per $100,000 or assessed value for high school and elementary school districts or $60 per $100,000 for unified districts, may also apply.

Waiver Number: 35-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


School Construction Bonds (Citizens Oversight Comittee - Term Limits)

Item W-08 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Saddleback Valley Unified School District to waive California Education Code Section 15282(a), relating to term limits for members of a Citizens’ Oversight Committee for all construction bonds in the district.

Waiver Number: 32-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL)


School District Reorganization (Elimination of Election Requirement)

Item W-09 (DOC)

Subject: Request by two local educational agencies to waive California Education Code Section 5020, and portions of sections 5019, 5021, and 5030, that require a districtwide election to establish a by-trustee-area method of election.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Castaic Union School District 31-3-2017
  • Eureka City Schools 3-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL)


School District Reorganization (Lapsation of a Small District)

Item W-10 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Union Joint Elementary School District to waive portions of California Education Code sections 35780, 35782, and 35783 regarding district lapsation.

Waiver Number: 24-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL)


Schoolsite Council Statute (Number and Composition of Members)

Item W-11 (DOC)

Subject: Request by six local educational agencies under the authority of California Education Code Section 52863 for waivers of Education Code Section 52852, relating to schoolsite councils regarding changes in shared, composition, or shared and composition members.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Alview-Dairyland Union Elementary School District 12-1-2017
  • Big Pine Unified School District 15-1-2017
  • Carpinteria Unified School District 1-3-2017
  • Carpinteria Unified School District 2-3-2017
  • Carpinteria Unified School District 3-1-2017
  • Hornbrook Elementary School District 20-2-2017
  • Junction Elementary School District 25-2-2017
  • Sequoia Union Elementary School District 19-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Special Education Program (Child Specific/ NPA or NPS Certification)

Item W-12 (DOC)

Subject: Request by Victor Valley Union High School District to waive California Education Code Section 56366.1(a), the requirement for state certification to allow an uncertified out-of-state nonpublic school, Judge Rotenberg Center located in Canton, Massachusetts, to provide services to a California student with disabilities.

Waiver Number: 40-12-2016

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Special Education Program (Extended School Year)

Item W-13 (DOC)

Subject: Request by the Bassett Unified School District to waive California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 3043(d), which requires a minimum of 20 school days for an extended school year (summer school) for students with disabilities.

Waiver Number: 4-3-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Special Education Program (Extended School Year)

Item W-14 (DOC)

Subject: Request by eight local education agencies to waive California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 3043(d), which requires a minimum of 20 school days of attendance for an extended school year (summer school) for individuals with exceptional needs.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Chico Unified School District 11-1-2017
  • Fremont Union High School District 22-1-2017
  • Hanford Elementary School District 32-2-2017
  • Kings County Office of Education 14-1-2017
  • National Elementary School District 11-2-2017
  • Ocean Unified School District 15-2-2017
  • Shasta County Office of Education 27-1-2017
  • Tehama County Office of Education 20-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


State Meal Mandate (Summer School Session)

Item W-15 (DOC)

Subject: Request by three school districts under the authority of California Education Code Section 49548 to waive Education Code Section 49550, the State Meal Mandate during the Summer School Session.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Eastern Sierra Unified School District 27-2-2017
  • Lassen Union High School District 34-2-2017
  • Mark West Union Elementary School District 29-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL)


State Meal Mandate (Summer School Session)

Item W-16 (DOC)

Subject: Request by San Marino Unified School District under the authority of California Education Code Section 49548 to waive Education Code Section 49550, the State Meal Mandate during the Summer School Session for San Marino High School.

Waiver Number: 30-2-2017

(Recommended for DENIAL)


State Testing Apportionment Report (CAASPP)

Item W-17 (DOC)

Subject: Request by three local educational agencies to waive the State Testing Apportionment Information Report deadline as stipulated in the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 11517.5(b)(1)(A), regarding the California English Language Development Test; or Title 5, Section 862(b)(2)(A), regarding the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress System.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Corona-Norco Unified 19-2-2017
  • Dixie Elementary School District 11-11-2016
  • Oak Valley Union Elementary 29-1-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL)


CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (Geographic Limitations - Non-classroom Based)

Item W-18 (DOC)

Subject: Request by twenty local educational agencies to waive portions of Education Code Sections 47605 and 47605.1 for twenty-seven charter schools which concern Nonclassroom-Based Charter School Resource Center Location.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Blochman Union Elementary School District 1-12-2016
  • Blochman Union Elementary School District 2-12-2016
  • Borrego Springs Unified School District 30-12-2016
  • Borrego Springs Unified School District 34-12-2016
  • Camptonville Elementary School District 7-12-2016
  • Dehesa Elementary School District 27-12-2016
  • Dehesa Elementary School District 33-12-2016
  • Gorman Joint School District 1-1-2017
  • Helendale Elementary School District 28-12-2016
  • Helendale Elementary School District 31-12-2016
  • Hickman Community Charter School District 18-2-2017
  • Jamul-Dulzura Union Elementary School District 42-12-2016
  • Julian Union Elementary School District 12-12-2016
  • Kit Carson Union Elementary School District 21-1-2017
  • Mattole Unified School District 16-12-2016
  • Mountain Empire Unified School District 18-12-2016
  • Mountain Empire Unified School District 20-12-2016
  • Mountain Empire Unified School District 21-12-2016
  • Oro Grande Elementary School District 17-12-2016
  • Raisin City Elementary School District 13-1-2017
  • Ravendale-Termo Elementary School District 23-12-2016
  • Robla Elementary School District 4-2-2017
  • Stone Corral Elementary School District 33-1-2017
  • Waterford Unified School District 9-12-2016
  • Westside Elementary School District 8-2-2017
  • Whitmore Union Elementary School District 38-12-2016
  • Whitmore Union Elementary School District 37-12-2016

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (Geographic Limitations - Non-classroom Based)

Item W-19 (DOC)

Subject: Requests by Julian Union Elementary School District to waive portions of Education Code Sections 47605 and 47605.1 for two charter schools which concern Nonclassroom-Based Charter School Resource Center Location.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Julian Union Elementary School District 13-12-2016
  • Julian Union Elementary School District 25-12-2016

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)


Waiver Item W-20 was withdrawn by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (Geographic Limitations - Non-classroom Based)

Item W-20

Subject: Request by the Los Angeles County Office of Education to waive portions of Education Code Sections 47605 and 47605.1 for Odyssey Charter, pertaining to geographic limits on classroom-based charter schools.

Waiver Number: Los Angeles County Office of Education 41-12-2016

(Recommended for DENIAL)

[Note: the preceding information about Item W-20 contains strikethroughs which indicate the item has been withdrawn.]


CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (Geographic Limitations - Non-classroom Based)

Item W-21 (DOC)

Subject: Requests by Dehesa Elementary School District to waive portions of Education Code Sections 47605 and 47605.1 for two charter schools which concern Nonclassroom-Based Charter School Resource Center Location.

Waiver Numbers:

  • Dehesa Elementary School District 32-12-2016
  • Dehesa Elementary School District 7-2-2017

(Recommended for APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS)

END OF WAIVERS


PUBLIC HEARING

The following Public Hearings will commence no earlier than 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 11, 2017. The Public Hearings listed below will be held as close to 9:00 a.m. as the business of the State Board permits.

Item 16 (DOC)

Subject: Petition for the Establishment of a Charter School Under the Oversight of the State Board of Education: Consideration of Grossmont Secondary School, which was denied by the Grossmont Union High School District and the San Diego County Board of Education.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information


Item 17 (DOC)

Subject: Renewal Petition for the Establishment of a Charter School Under the Oversight of the State Board of Education: Consideration of the Celerity Dyad Charter School, which was denied by the Los Angeles Unified School District and not considered by the Los Angeles County Board of Education.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information


Item 18 (DOC)

Subject: Renewal Petition for the Establishment of a Charter School Under the Oversight of the State Board of Education: Consideration of the Celerity Troika Charter School, which was denied by the Los Angeles Unified School District and not considered by the Los Angeles County Board of Education.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information


The following Public Hearings will commence no earlier than 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 11, 2017. The Public Hearings listed below will be held as close to 11:00 a.m. as the business of the State Board permits.

Item 19 (DOC)

Subject: Renewal Petition for the Establishment of a Charter School Under the Oversight of the State Board of Education: Consideration of Oxford Preparatory Academy Chino Valley, which was denied by the Chino Valley Unified School District and not considered by the San Bernardino County Board of Education.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information


Item 20 (DOC)

Subject: New West Charter: Hold a Public Hearing to Consider a Petition to Renew the Charter Currently Authorized by the State Board of Education.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information


Item 21 (DOC)

Subject: Paramount Collegiate Academy: Consider a material revision of the Charter to reduce total projected enrollment from the original proposed enrollment plan of 800 pupils to 140 pupils, in grade six through grade twelve by 2019–20.

Type of Action: Hearing, Action, Information

END OF PUBLIC HEARING

ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING


This agenda is posted on the State Board of Education’s Web site [http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/ag/]. For more information concerning this agenda, please contact the State Board of Education at 1430 N Street, Room 5111, Sacramento, CA, 95814; telephone 916-319-0827; and facsimile 916-319-0175. Members of the public wishing to send written comments about an agenda item to the board are encouraged to send an electronic copy to SBE@cde.ca.gov, with the item number clearly marked in the subject line. In order to ensure that comments are received by board members in advance of the meeting, please submit these and any related materials to our office by 12:00 Noon on May 5, 2017, the Friday prior to the meeting. If you do not meet the deadline, please provide 25 copies to distribute at the meeting.

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