The CLCS Board of Directors is the senior governing authority for the Alameda and Nea Community Learning Centers. It provides Nea and ACLC with a foundation of support and inspiration, guiding leadership, and business and operational expertise to help them achieve their missions and the CLCS vision.
CLCS is governed by the CLCS Board of Directors which is composed of community, business, and educational leaders, as well as facilitators, parents, and learners from both schools.
In addition, ACLC and Nea Schools each have a board composed of facilitators, parents, and learners from the school community.
The CLCS Board of Directors oversees the work of the ACLC and Nea Boards and of the school communities.
The ACLC and Nea Boards are responsible for a variety of policy-making and governance functions delegated to them by, and subject to the approval of, the CLCS Board. These include: