The conference represents many aspects of the California school facilities community with thousands of participants, including Superintendents, school business officials, facilities planners, and maintenance personnel.
The Coalition for Adequate School Housing (C.A.S.H.) originated in 1978 to promote and develop K-12 school construction on a state and local level. It is the primary voice in Sacramento to advocate for funding to build, modernize, and maintain California’s public schools. It has sponsored or supported over $52 billion in statewide school bonds for new or modernization facilities since 1982. Organizers hold this annual conference every February.
“This is such a good venue to talk about how Earth Systems can help districts build and improve the schools in their communities,” says Jon Jaeger, CPSM, the Marketing and Business Development Director for Earth Systems. “Public school enrollment is only growing. Our schools need our attention. We look forward to this involvement every year.”
The C.A.S.H. Conference provides a yearly venue to explore what the future holds for State facilities programs and how schools can meet those needs. It provides attendees with chances to discuss emerging issues and potential solutions. It is also a networking opportunity to share information with colleagues and to talk with key agency representatives, legislative personnel, and policymakers.