California Alliance for NGSS
The California Alliance for Next Generation Science Standards (CA4NGSS) facilitates collaboration among education, business, government, and community leaders to support effective and timely implementation of NGSS throughout California.
Alliance members are organizations representing pK-12, college and university educators and administrators, science museums and centers, after school programs, professional learning providers, parents, students, businesses, public policymakers, and philanthropy.
CA4NGSS Communications & Implementation Toolkits
The CA4NGSS Communications and Implementation Toolkits provide education stakeholders in California with ready-to-use and source materials to introduce and communicate the value and intention of the California Next Generation Science Standards (CA-NGSS) and guide supporters in promoting the implementation of the CA-NGSS.
Four toolkits are available to support communications with district leaders, educators, parents, and school leaders. Completed materials will be available through links on this page. Prepared for the CA4NGSS by the CDE Foundation, the California Association of Science Educators (CASE), and Children Now, with support from member organizations, the content of these materials represents coalition member input but does not reflect each member organization’s formal endorsement. When using these materials, you are welcome to tailor them to best communicate with your target audience(s).
We welcome feedback and requests for other resources that will support your efforts to raise awareness about the CA-NGSS and to make science and engineering education a top priority in all K-12 public schools and districts in California.
Many thanks to the scores of CA4NGSS partners who continue to share their expertise in service of improved science education for all of California’s K-12 public school students!
The CA4NGSS Communication Tools were originally created in 2016 and were revamped during the summer of 2020.
For more information, please contact Glennon Stratton, the STEAM Program Director at [email protected]
CA4NGSS Member Organizations
||California State Parks
||San Joaquin County Office of Education
UC Office of the President/California Subject Matter Project
|Association of California School Administrators
||California State University
||San Juan Unified School District
Yolo County Office of Education
|L.A. Regional STEM Hub
|Aspire Public Schools
||California Parent Teacher Association
||Lawndale High School
||California State Board of Education
|California Academy of Sciences
||California Association of Teachers of English
||Science Partnership/East Bay Science Project/Alameda County Office of Education
||Linked Learning Alliance
|California Association for Supervision and Curriculum
||California County Superintendents Educational Services Association
||Solano County Office of Education
||Manhattan Beach Unified School District
|California Coastal Commission
||Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation
||Southern California American Association of Physics Teachers
||NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
|California Community College Chancellor’s Office
||North State STEM & Shasta County Office of Education
|California Department of Education
||National Science Teachers Association
||Sutter County Superintendent of Schools Office
|California Federation of Teachers
||Common Sense Kids Action
|California Mathematics Council
|California Project Learning Tree
||CSU Long Beach
||Palm Springs Unified School District
||Two Wires Lab, Inc.
|California Reading Association
||California Teachers Association
||Partnership for Children and Youth
||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
|California School Boards Association
|California Science Project
||S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
|California Science Teachers Association
||K12 Alliance @WestEd
||UCSF Science and Health Education Partnership