OAKHURST — Yosemite Unified School District board member Monika Moulin has once again been named to a select statewide group formed by the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE). Last year, Moulin was one of a group of hand-picked individuals in the education arena who were selected to serve as members of the California Content Library review teams, and has once again been chosen from a competitive pool of applicants to remain on the roster of the current year’s review teams.
The CCEE is taking the lead in developing the California Content Library, a free repository of informational materials of all types on the state’s education accountability system known as the LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula). The CCEE supports and curates the Library in partnership with the review teams of which Moulin and other selected education colleagues are a part.
In addition to members of local school district governing boards such as Moulin, members of the review teams include representatives from county offices of education, statewide education associations, advocacy organizations, community-based organizations, and other education entities selected by the CCEE.
“While it was certainly an honor to be selected to be among the talented and committed folks serving on last year’s review teams, I am even more proud to be able to continue participating in this effort,” Moulin says. “For those of us who are always looking for ways to make public education in California the best it can be, being a part of just this type of work gives me great hope for the future for our kids.”