Professional learning leads NASS Leadership Conference
Superintendents from nearly 30 states have returned to work with new tools and support following the 2016 National Association of School Superintendents’ Leadership Conference in San Diego.
“This was a very powerful event,” said David Brown, NASS Executive Director. “Bringing together educators with diverse backgrounds into one room to learn from each other and our guest speakers was an opportunity very few student advocates get to be part of.”
Attendees listened to several guest speakers, including Wisconsin superintendent Joe Sanfelippo talking about building a district and personal brand, Sir Ken Robinson on the status of education, Linda Darling-Hammond on the teacher shortage, as well as Maryland superintendent Dr. Dallas Dance on how to impact district culture... (read more HERE)
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NASS announces Superintendent of the Year recipients
Timothy Purnell, Superintendent of Somerville Public Schools in New Jersey, and Cedrick Gray, Superintendent of Jackson Public Schools in Mississippi, have been named the 2016 Superintendents of the Year by the National Association of School Superintendents.
Timothy Purnell, Superintendent, Somerville Public Schools Somerville, New Jersey
Cedrick Gray, Superintendent, Jackson Public Schools Jackson, Mississippi
"Leadership is incredibly important as we see public education evolving nationwide," said David Brown, NASS Executive Director. "Schools serve as the focal point of thousands of communities nationwide and we need educators that have put programs in place to put students first."
Past winners of this prestigious honor include:
2011 – Linda Chapman, Park School District, Colorado 2012 – Mike Richie, Northland Pines School District, Wisconsin 2013 – Don Haddad, St. Vrain Valley School District, Colorado 2014 – Jim Capolupo, Springfield School District, Pennsylvania 2015 – Katrise Perera, Ilse of Wight County Schools, Virginia
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Education Leader, NASS Executive Committee member and former Superintendent Jim Capolupo speaks about the many reasons to join NASS.
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ACSA: Our new partner in superintendent advocacy
The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) is the gold standard of professional organizations. It is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation, with more than 17,000 members.
This exciting partnership promises to take efforts to advance superintendents’ success and promote the profession to the next level as well as dramatically increase capacity to advance Project Lead.
We are inviting all state, regional, and local organizations to join us because together we can be stronger and we can more effectively serve our members and our country’s kids.