Williams ComplianceK-12 Programs
The case was settled in 2004 and is known as the Williams Settlement. As a result of the Williams case, legislation was enacted that called for county superintendents to annually visit decide 1-3 schools to ensure their compliance with the Williams Legislation and also to report annually to the district governing board, the county board of education and the county board of supervisors on the status of those schools.
Fundamentally, there should be no disparity in the adequacy of textbooks, housing and staffing for California’s public schools students. San Bernardino County Schools staff work collaboratively with Hesperia Unified School District to assure that students and schools receive the necessary resources to achieve its mission for educating all children.