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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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Hayward Unified School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Annette Walker

Hayward Unified School District Governing Board Member
24,815 votes (22.03%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • College and Career Readiness
  • Modernization of School Facilities
  • Health and wellness of Hayward students and their families

Experience

Experience

Profession:Educator
Coordinator of Parent and Community Relations, California State University - East Bay (2005–current)
Governing School Board Member, Hayward Unified School District — Elected position (2012–current)

Education

University of San Francisco Doctorate of Education , Organization and Leadership (2003)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Hayward Education Association
  • Alameda County Democratic Party
  • Alameda County Building Trades

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California Education Fund (1)

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 Annette Walker:

I will advocate to increase transparency of LCFF processes and strategies to promote greater community engagement that institutes a culture of contiuous improvement necessary to sustain improved outcomes for our students. 

Specifically, objectives to measure outcomes include:

  • regular communication to identify systemic challenges
  • presentations highlighting the work of staff and best practices 
  • provide timely access to data, reports, trends and analysis
  • identifying and addressing challenges related to LCFF implemetation
  • engaging the governance team more intimately in LCFF processes and practices

 

Videos (1)

School Officials and equity groups team up to close achievement gap — October 27, 2016 California Forward - CAFWD

A collaborative of 15 schools districts and two County Offices of Education is learning from each other to improve public engagement and the use of data to deliver better results. 

 

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