The ACLU supports and defends equal rights and opportunities for all students.
High quality education so all may reach their highest potential.
Education is the key to strengthening our communities, our economy, and our democracy. Given this, education should be prioritized in the allocation of public funding and other resources.
We support and defend equal rights and opportunities for all students, regardless of their economic background, linguistic ability, race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.
Every student should get to attend a school that provides a high quality education free from discrimination.
We work for and support the rights of all students to a clean school, safe learning environment, adequate instructional materials, and qualified teachers.
We support the creation of a culture of success at all schools and within all communities so that all students strive to reach their fullest potential.
ACLU Applauds Governor’s Proposal to Expand Early Education, Calls for Greater School Support Staff Funding
Press Contact: Daisy Vieyra, 916.824.3266 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 10, 2019 The civil liberties organization urges Governor Newsom and the legislature to allocate increased funding for school counselors,... Read More
By: Natasha Minsker Updated October 3, 2018 California’s 2018 legislative session has ended, and we have some huge victories to celebrate! This year, California passed groundbreaking legislation to increase police... Read More
As the new school year begins, students, teachers and parents are settling into old routines. But many people don’t realize the new school year also marks the beginning of a crucial, education planning process that... Read More
San Diego Unified Must Be Truly Transparent, Accountable and Equitable in Funding Services for High-Need Students
SAN DIEGO – For years, critically important questions have persisted about the way school district leaders plan and budget services for their most vulnerable, high-need students. California school districts are in the... Read More