Assumes leadership in recruiting and maintaining membership.
History and Archives Committee
Oversees the acquisition, preservation, maintenance, and display of the archival material of California School Library Association (CSLA) and all preceding associations dating back to its founding in 1915.
Anti-bias, Anti-Racism Committees
Leadership for Diversity Committee
Promotes leadership diversity in the school library professions and addresses the information needs of California’s multicultural, multilingual students.
Professional Development Committees
Committee for Standards Integration
Maintains the CSLA Seal of Alignment Program, which recognizes resources for their strength in supporting information and digital literacy and other library skill curriculum and instruction.
Coordinates CRYM activities on behalf of CSLA at the state level, The CRYM program is a partnership with three organizations (California Association of Teachers of English, California Library Association, California Reading Association).
Promotes and facilitates research as a vital part of the library media program and to support its application.
Governmental Relations Committees
Government Relations Committee
Engages in on-going analysis of pending state, federal, and local legislation affecting school library services and personnel and provides leadership in initiating, supporting, or opposing such legislation.
Intellectual Freedom Committee
Assumes leadership and serves as a resource in areas regarding First Amendment issues related to California school libraries.
Organizational Liaisons Committee
Develops and maintains active liaisons with other associations and organizations for the purpose of furthering the legislative goals of the association.