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The American Civil Liberties Union

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California defends the fundamental rights outlined in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Our Education Equity team supports and defends equal rights and opportunities for all students.

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The California Association of School Counselors

 The California Association of School Counselors Inc. (CASC) is a nonprofit membership organization representing over 10,000 school counselors working in California schools. It is the largest state school counseling association in the nation, providing leadership in advancing the work of school counselors and in guiding school counseling professionals in providing quality service for ALL Pre-K-12th grade pupils. 

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The California Association of School Psychologists

The California Association of School Psychologists is a nonprofit on a mission to foster the wellbeing of the children we serve and ensure schools support equity, access, and respect for all.  Our 2,000 member school psychologists work throughout the state and provide many services to students, including mental health counseling.   

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California School Nurses Organization

California School Nurses Organization is the only Statewide organization supporting professional school nurses and school health team members. Their organizational objectives are to ensure school nurses have the skills and resources needed to provide exceptional care; every student will have access to a credentialed school nurse; and students will have optimal health and attend class ready to learn.  

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Orange County Department of Education

The mission of the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) is to ensure that all students are equipped with the competencies they need to thrive in the 21st century.

OCDE is a public education organization offering support to 27 school districts and more than 600 schools and 20,000 educators serving more than 500,000 students in Orange County.

OCDE's personnel offer support, professional development, and student programs through its divisions and departments: Administrative Services; Alternative Education; Business Services; Educational Services; Governance, Leadership and Community Partnerships; Information Technology; Legal Services; and Special Education.

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Wisconsin Association for College Admission Counseling

The Wisconsin Association for College Admission Counseling [WACAC] is an organization of College Admissions Counselors, School Counselors, and Community Based Organizations in Wisconsin who are dedicated to college access and knowledge. We work together to share best practices across all sides of the college counseling desk. 

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Wisconsin Association of School Councils

   The Wisconsin Association of School Councils is a state-wide organization of public, private, and parochial elementary, middle, junior and senior high school student councils and/or student leadership groups dedicated to the continuation and expansion of leadership development and student responsibilities in Wisconsin. They are dedicated to educating, empowering and engaging the student leaders of Wisconsin.  

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Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance

 The Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance (WiRSA) formed to help rural school districts address the unique issues impacting rural schools as they strive to achieve quality education for every student. Our members include educators, school board members, rural community members, business leaders and other concerned individuals who want strong rural schools.  

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Wisconsin School Counselor Association

 WSCA’s membership of 1200+ represents well over 50% of the professional school counselors in Wisconsin. Focused on providing quality professional development opportunities, supporting comprehensive school counseling programs, and giving one voice to professional school counselors, WSCA is dedicated to empowering school counselors throughout the state.  Our vision is for Wisconsin to be the model for excellence in school counseling practice, exemplified by the advocacy, leadership, and expertise of the members of the WSCA.  

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Wisconsin School Social Workers Association

 The purpose of the Wisconsin School Social Workers Association is to promote the total growth and development of all school-aged children and their families through the application of social work knowledge and skills.  The functions of WSSWA are to: Promote sound professional practice among social workers in Wisconsin; Stimulate the development and more effective use of school social work services; Encourage and enable the educational and professional growth of social workers in Wisconsin schools; Study, recommend and/or support legislation pertinent to the needs of children and the profession of school social work; Provide input where appropriate in the formation of public school policies and standards; Maintain liaison relationships with state and national associations, organizations and educational institutions whose purpose includes the education and development of children.