Review Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 1/18/2023 - 6:00 PM
Category: Consent Agenda
Type: Action
Subject: 15.13 Review and Potential Approval of the Williams Quarterly Report for January 31, 2023.
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
Goal 1:
All students will receive a high quality education in a safe and welcoming environment with equitable and high expectations, access to technology, and instruction in the California State Standards that prepare them for college and/or career.
File Attachment:
Quarterly Uniform Complaint Form - January 31, 2023.pdf
Summary: The Williams legislation is a package of state laws resulting from the settlement of a class action lawsuit filed in San Francisco County Superior Court in 2000, Eliezer Williams et al, vs. State of California. The basis of the lawsuit was that agencies failed to provide public school students with ewqual access to instructional materials, safe and decent school facilities, and qualified teachers. The Contra Costa County Office of Education has requested quarterly reports on specific complaints designated in the Williams lawsuit settlement. Quarterly Reports reflect complaints regarding textbooks and instructional materials, teacher vacancies or misassignments, and facilities conditions. This quarter's report includes the months of October through December, 2022.
Funding: N/A
Fiscal Impact N/A
Recommendation: Move to Approve ratification of the Williams Quarterly Summery Report, January 31, 2023.
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Louise Neville - Administrative Assistant
Signed By:
Jennifer Sachs - Chief, Educational Services
Signed By:
Dr. Adam Clark - Superintendent
Vote Results:

Original Motion
Member Cherise Khaund Moved, Member Debra Mason seconded to approve the Original motion 'Move to Approve ratification of the Williams Quarterly Summery Report, January 31, 2023.'. Upon a Roll-Call Vote being taken, the vote was: Aye: 5 Nay: 0.
The motion Carried 5 - 0
Linda Mayo     Yes
Debra Mason     Yes
Cherise Khaund     Yes
Keisha Nzewi     Yes
Erin McFerrin     Yes