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November 8, 2016 —California General Election

Hayward Unified School District — ” Daniel Goldstein, Candidate for Board Member

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Daniel Goldstein

Cybersecurity Engineer
15,299 votes (13.58%)
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  • Conduct proper public board meetings that are respectful, inclusive, and effective for achieving student success.
  • Continue to pursue campus safety goals to/from school and on campus to ensure students and educators can focus on student success.
  • Engage public/private partnerships to attract additional funding and technology to best prepare students for success.
Profession:Cybersecurity Engineer
Consulting Systems Engineer, Cisco Systems Inc (2009–current)
Commissioner, Hayward Planning Commission — Appointed position (2015–current)
President, Altura Garin Heights HOA — Elected position (2015–current)
Vice President, Twin-Bridges HOA — Elected position (2010–2012)
UC Berkeley BA Rhetoric, Constitutional Law (1989)
Asst Scout Master, Boy Scouts Troop 168 (2016–current)
Planning/Training Officer, Alameda County Sheriff's Communications Team (2010–current)
member, Hayward Chamber of Commerce (2015–current)
member, Fairway Park Neighborhoods Association (2010–current)
member, Hayward Rotary Club (2015–current)

A single father of two school aged children, graduate of UC Berkeley, 27 year career in high technology, inventor, business development engineer, community activist, homeowner association leader, Hayward Planning Commissioner.

  • Congressman Eric Swalwell
  • Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday
  • Assemblyman Bill Quirk
  • Hayward Councilman Al Mendall
  • Cherryland Community Association
  • Hayward Chamber of Commerce
  • Sprinkler Fitters, Local 483
  • Hayward Firefighters Local 1909
  • Freddye Davis, President of Hayward South Alameda County NAACP
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School Spending

A recent law made major changes in the way that the state allocates funding to schools.  What will you do to ensure that the public understands your local control formula for school spending and your plan to measure outcomes?

Answer from Daniel Goldstein:

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) ensure that decisions are made at the local level on how to meet the budget needs of the school district. Local input to the budget process is essential, and therefore, parents, educators, staff, workers, administrators, and the community at large are invited to participate in the process. Budgeted programs are measured for timeliness and success, and the results are reported back to the community. I will ensure that the process is inclusive, respectful, and transparent.

Good governance comes when good people are engaged in it. 

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