AASA, The School Superintendents Association advocates for equitable access for all students to the highest quality public education, and develops and supports school system leaders.

AASA Launches ‘Live Well. Lead Well.’ Campaign: Initiative to Focus on Mental, Physical & Emotional Health of School System Leaders

“We at AASA recognize that school system leaders need our support now more than ever before,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director. Read the press release here. For more information about the Live Well. Lead Well. campaign, visit the AASA website.

The Aspiring Superintendents Academy® for Latino and Latina Leaders

The Aspiring Superintendents Academy® for Latino and Latina Leaders is a highly interactive year-long program that provides participants with the real-world skills a next generation Latino and Latina superintendent will need to thrive.

School Administrator: Vulnerable Student Populations

AASA’s latest magazine issue examines solutions and strategies for how schools can better serve vulnerable student populations.

Roads To Reinvention Action Network

AASA and Transcend invite school systems to apply to engage in a process of advancing learner-centered, equitable and innovative education systems by joining the 2022 Roads to Reinvention Action Network.

School Administrator Extras

A 2-minute video tied to the AASA magazine’s November issue features Mary Rice-Boothe on the challenges faced by chief equity officers in school districts.

National Instructional Leader Academy

AASA and AVID have partnered together to bring a National Instructional Leader Academy as a timely opportunity for District Instructional Leaders to be refreshed and challenged in leadership skills and knowledge by looking through the lens of Instruction, Culture, and Systems as they continue to grow as impactful leaders.

NCE Registration Open

AASA’s National Conference on Education has opened registration. Register early to get the lowest prices and early access to the room block in Nashville.

Aspiring Superintendents Academy® For Female Leaders

The AASA Aspiring Superintendents Academy® for Female Leaders is a powerful vehicle to put female leaders in the driver's seat of their career. The Academy brings together women who are on the path to the superintendency to build knowledge and confidence in their ability to lead.

Call For Demonstration Sites

AASA, based on the recommendations of the Learning 2025 National Commission, seeks to identify educational systems that exemplify student-centered, equity-focused practices with a solid commitment to the whole learner, anti-marginalization, and a future driven outlook.

NEW AASA Learning Recovery & Redesign Guidance
This initial document provides overarching guidance for you to consider on an ongoing basis when determining the best next steps for your recovery and redesign plans, including (but not only) the ARP use-of-funds plans being implemented in your district. Specifically, this includes guiding principles and, for each principle, an interactive self-assessment tool to use as you implement and/or revise your plans.
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AASA to Host 7th Urban Superintendents Academy Conference
Featured speakers for the event, entitled, Bold Leadership: Leadership, Equity, Accountability and Disruption, include Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Knight Chair in Race and Journalism at the Howard University School of Communications, and Erin Jones, former assistant superintendent for student achievement in Wash. state.

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AASA Launches American Rescue Plan Committee
AASA’s American Rescue Plan Committee includes more than 30 superintendents, as well as representatives from several national organizations, to develop recommendations and insights as schools move toward a safe reopening following the impact left by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the press release.