Building a Movement to Fight for Every Student
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Race and Resistance Studies at San Francisco State University. He is also a founder of the Roses in Concrete Community School, a community responsive lab school in East Oakland (www.rosesinconcrete.org) and the Community Responsive Education Group (www.communityresponsive.org).
As a classroom teacher and school leader in East Oakland for the past 27 years, his pedagogy has been widely studied and acclaimed for producing uncommon levels of social and academic success for students. Duncan-Andrade lectures around the world and has authored numerous journal articles and book chapters on effective practices in schools.
Legislator of the Year Award Recipient
Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins
Toni G. Atkins was born and raised in southwestern Virginia, the daughter of a miner and a seamstress, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Emory & Henry College in Emory, Va.
“Throughout her career, Atkins has been a champion for affordable housing, the natural environment, healthcare, veterans, women, and the LGBTQ community.”
Atkins has been a champion for affordable housing, the natural environment, healthcare, veterans, women, and the LGBTQ community. She lives in the South Park community of San Diego with her spouse, Jennifer, and their dog, Joey.
California Community College Distinguished Alumni Award
Assemblywoman Christy Smith
A graduate of Hart High School in Santa Clarita, Christy attended College of the Canyons and graduated with honors from UCLA with a B.A. in Political Science. After graduating, Christy started her career in public service as an analyst at the U.S. Department of Education.
Christy eventually returned to California with her husband to raise their family. While raising their two daughters, Christy was very active in local education, serving as a PTA and site council member before being elected to the Newhall School Board in 2009. She additionally founded the Valencia Valley Technological Education Foundation and served as its initial Chair.
Who should attend?
- All faculty members, union and academic senate leaders, and those who work in categorically funded programs are encouraged to attend.
- Student leaders are also invited.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO
Network, share ideas and strategize with colleagues across the state
Participate in professional development sessions
Hear from top decision-makers on policy and budget
Meet with and lobby your legislators
Share in the celebration recognizing CCC faculty
|FACCC Member Rates|
|Sunday Only Full-Time||$220|
|Sunday Only Part-Time||$120|
|Monday Only Full-Time||$180|
|Monday Only Part-Time||$100|
|Sunday Only Full-Time||$320|
|Sunday Only Part-Time||$220|
|Monday Only Full -Time||$280|
|Monday Only Part-Time||$200|
|Retired Faculty Rate|
Sunday, March 8, 10:00 am – 5:45 pm
Monday, March 9, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, followed by legislative visits at the Capitol
- Sunday lunch and Monday breakfast are included with your registration.
- Dress code for the conference is business casual.
- For those registered by February 20, FACCC will schedule legislative visits for all participants requesting them. If you request to visit your legislators, plan on staying at the Capitol until 5:00 p.m. on Monday as we cannot guarantee when your meetings will be. Also, please notify us if you need to cancel your legislative appointments since we must notify the legislative offices of any changes. Contact us at (916) 447-8555 or email@example.com.
$20 day/self parking
Valet parking: $26
Guests can call 1-800-HOLIDAY (465-4329). Group discount rate is currently sold out but rooms might still be available at the hotel at the regular rates.
(0.41 miles from conference site)
Sacramento International Hostel
925 H Street | Sacramento, CA
(0.63 miles from conference site)
Lidia Stoian, Director of Program and Development | 916-447-8555 | firstname.lastname@example.org