The State Board of Education (SBE) regularly seeks applicants to fill vacancies on several different advisory commissions and groups related to their work. This time, the SBE added an educational researcher spot and informed the EESD this would be applicable for all early education research experts. This position creates a strong link between early learning and K–12 and addresses the educational and learning continuum.

If you are a researcher in the field of early care and education or know of one, please take a look at the application and consider applying or forwarding it to them. This is a great opportunity to address the continuum and ensure knowledge of early learning is represented.


Sarah Neville-Morgan, Director

Early Education and Support Division

The State Board of Education Seeks Applications to Fill Vacancies on the California Practitioners Advisory Group.

California Practitioners Advisory Group

The SBE is seeking applicants who currently meet one or more of the following practitioner categories: education researchers, teachers from charter schools, and representatives of private school children, to serve on the California Practitioners Advisory Group (CPAG), and provide input to the SBE on ongoing efforts to establish a single coherent local, state, and federal accountability system.

The CPAG serves as the state’s committee of practitioners under federal Title I requirements. The SBE office will accept applications that are received by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 12, 2017. Information about the application process may be found at

California State Board of Education



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