Monday, April 24 to Wednesday April 26, 2023
Take your advocacy to the next level this spring in Washington D.C.
Join the California School Boards Association (CSBA) and the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) for the second annual Coast2Coast Federal Advocacy Trip to Washington, D.C., where attendees will shine a light on the issues affecting the state's 6 million K-12 students. California governance team members — district and county board members and superintendents — are urged to attend this three-day annual event held in our nation's Capital.
The event will begin with a day of education policy specific to California, an "insiders" briefing on the latest politics affecting federal educational policy, and a networking opportunity with prominent D.C. figures and fellow educators. The training is followed by two days of meetings on Capitol Hill to advocate directly with California congressional representatives, White House officials, key federal agency leaders and other top policy makers.
District/COE Registration Capacity Policy
Each local educational agency can register no more than three individuals per district/COE. Approved registrants include school board members, superintendents and cabinet-level positions. Registrants who do not fulfill the position requirement will have their registrations cancelled, and be refunded, minus a $50.00 cancellation fee.
1001 16th Street NW | Washington, D.C. | 20036
What to expect
Join us at the Capital Hilton, a historic hotel in the heart of the nation's Capital, less than a mile from McPherson Square Metrorail Station. The National Mall, Georgetown University, and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum are within two miles. Located just two blocks away from the U.S. Capitol, this is the perfect stay for the 2023 Coast2Coast event.
Monday, April 24 to Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Optional pre-conference activities and networking event on Sunday, April 23 will be announced at a later date.
Regular: $675 until Jan. 15, 2023.
Late: $795 starting Jan 16, 2023.
Optional Pre-Conference Activity:
The National Treasure Hunters Tour is available for purchase immediately preceding the Federal Advocacy Trip on Sunday, April 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You may purchase a ticket during the registration process. Space is limited.
Pre-Conference Activity: $115
Cancellation of registration
Should an attendee need to cancel, a $50.00 cancellation fee will be deducted from the event registration fee until March 31, 2023. After March 31, 2023, a 50 percent cancellation fee shall be applied until April 14, 2023. No refunds will be given after April 14, 2023. Direct all cancellation and refund registrations to email@example.com.
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Sabrena Rodriguez | Board President | Ventura Unified School District; Board of Directors | CSBA
"Coast2Coast is a nice extension to the advocacy work that I do in the State of California for our schools and students. It's an opportunity to meet with legislators that I see back home in our district, but also to see them on their home turf advocating for issues that are important for public education. Attending Coast2Coast is a fantastic next step for someone who is already participating in advocacy for legislative action and understands what it looks and feels like to advocate. It's a great way to expand your tool kit and take advocacy to the national level."
Amy Yamamoto Callahan | Trustee | Ventura Unified School District
"Out of all the events I attend, Coast2Coast is the most applicable and inspiring. It has been really transformational for me as a trustee, and I highly recommend attending if given the opportunity. The ability to network and build a unified team within CSBA and with other follow trustees and board members is worth it alone."
Ron Williams | Former Superintendent | Victor Valley Union High School District; Past-President | ACSA
"This event provided me the opportunity to meet first-hand with some of our California congressional representatives, White House officials and federal representatives to convey many of the challenges of our students in California. It resulted with the opportunities to listen and hear their views, which aligned with ours. The collaboration between CSBA and ACSA played an intricate role in this transformation event."