Current and Recent Offerings

What We Offer 

The Regional Academies offer three types of support to school leaders: Communities of Practice, Localized Professional Learning, and Leadership Coaching.

This year, the focus for Communities of Practice will be Equity and Distance Learning.

Who May Participate

In conjunction with the 21CSLA State Center, the 21CSLA Alameda Regional Academy covers Title II receiving educational institutions in six Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Solano. Click here to view a complete list of Alameda Region schools that we serve. 

Not in one of these counties? Visit the Center website to find out which Regional Academy supports your area.

Communities of Practice

Leading for Equity: Reopening Schools

Site leaders this school year are balancing the immediate needs of students and staff along with increasing calls for reimagining and reinventing schools and programs for more equity when we fully reopen post-pandemic. In acknowledging the need for both immediate responses and long-term planning, this Community of Practice is designed for site leaders to interrogate, investigate, and experiment around key issues that they currently face.

Application deadline: January 21st, 2020

Past Community of Practice Offerings

LeadIn Special Education

LeadIn Special Education is a Leadership Inquiry Group that connects equity-conscious system-level leadership teams of 2 or more from across the Bay Area through 6 virtual sessions from January–April.

Application deadline: December 18th, 2020 at 12pm (noon)

LeadIn Math

In this three-month community of practice, diverse Bay Area teacher leaders will join together to learn, practice, reflect on, and improve their instructional coaching skills, with a particular emphasis on improving math outcomes for students furthest from opportunity, including students of color, multilingual learners, and students with disabilities. We will approach coaching as a catalyst to support the growth and learning of teachers.

Application deadline: November 8, 2020 at 5pm PDT

Professional Learning

Leadership Coaching

Leadership Coaching

Leadership Coaching is designed to build the capacity of site administrators and systems leaders who are committed to equity and building a culture of deep reflection in their institutions with a focus on equitable outcomes with distance learning.

Registration is now closed. Registration for the 2021-22 school year will open after July 1, 2021.