AASA Blogroll

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AASA Member Blogs: Many AASA members blog regularly as a way of staying connected with their communities. This list serves as a directory to the blogs currently being kept by superintendents and other school leaders. If you'd like to add an AASA member's blog to this list, please email magazine@aasa.org.

A New IDEA Blog

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A New IDEA: This blog aims to explore the areas in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) that must be addressed in the next reauthorization. This series includes blog posts by professors, lawyers, education researchers and other experts on issues to consider for IDEA reauthorization (with a focus on ways to improve IDEA).

Dan Domenech Blog

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Dan Domenech Blog: Keep up with AASA Executive Director Daniel A. Domenech on his personal blog, which covers education topics, including personalized learning, ESSA, digital learning and more. You will also find news on AASA happenings.

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Education Leadership Blog: The Education Leadership Blog provides relevant school district leadership information and research, as well as commentaries. This blog is supported by The Wallace Foundation.

Leading Edge blog

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The Leading Edge: AASA's policy and advocacy blog provides up-to-date information about activities in Washington and the latest on education policy hot topics, including the Every Student Succeeds Act, E-Rate, school choice and vouchers, rural education, education funding and more.

Lead to Learn blog

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Lead to Learn: This blog highlights the work being done in AASA's Leadership and Professional Development department. If you would like to submit a guest entry for consideration on the blog, please contact Bernadine Futrell, director, leadership services, at bfutrell@aasa.org.

Total Child Blog

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The Total Child: AASA’s Children’s Programs Department is centered on work that drives systems change and increases educational equity. This blog is meant to provide a space for those affected by the department's work to be heard and to express the daily impact of that work on a district, school and individual level.