The Council on African American Student Success (CAASS) is a county level partnership of leaders and staff from Merced County Office of Education, school districts, colleges, concerned community leaders, and organizations collaborating to support the success of African American and Black students.
Closing achievement and opportunity gaps is the most prevalent and enduring challenge that we face in American public education. The negative outcomes for African American students are at the core of this challenge, and in California, the gaps in outcomes between African American students and their peers is expanding.
The Council for African American Student Success (CAASS) advocates for student-centered schools to provide supportive environments in which African American and Black students can realize academic excellence and social-emotional wellness. We will achieve this through a focus on:
Currently all meetings are held virtually
All meetings from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Friday, March 11, 2022
Friday, April 15, 2022