Learning Emporium


The Emporium will provide an intimate setting for learning and sharing ideas among no more than 60 colleagues, with ample opportunity for discussion and reflective feedback. At AASA’s 60+ Learning Emporium sessions, attendees can capitalize on the smaller setting to maximize networking.

A sample of the 60+ presentations includes:

  • Driving K–12 Innovation
  • Latinas Rising: Developing Effective Latina Leaders
  • Starting with the Schoolhouse: A Panel on the Challenges and Promising Practice in Recruiting Teachers of Color
  • Making Transformative Change a Reality
  • Great Stories of the Superintendency – the Good, the Bad, the Ugly
  • Making School Relevant: A Guide to Global- Ready Career Readiness in Districts
  • Strategic Planning to Advance Equity
  • Innovation in Schools: A Systems Approach
  • The Power Behind Collaborative and Innovative District and School Leaders
  • Advisory, Enrichment and Intervention Period to Meet Students’ Needs
  • Using Social Media to Build Community Engagement in Your District
  • Provide Your Students with More Enrichment and Acceleration Opportunities
  • Achieving Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Learning Through Academic Teaming
  • 20/20 Academic Vision for Excellence: The Transformation of an Urban School District
  • Building Community Bridges Through Equity
  • District Engagement Leads to High- Reliability Schools
  • The Birth of a Home-Grown Character Education Program
  • Summer Learning: New Core Strategy for Closing Our Achievement Gaps
  • Bridging the Gap Between School and Community with Entrepreneurial Education
  • Extraordinary Measures for Statewide Family Engagement and Kindergarten Readiness
  • From Managers to Leaders: Guiding Principals to Become Instructional Leaders
  • Level Up Language and Literacy to Close the Achievement Gap
  • School Safety and Security: Adding Layers to Protect Our Students
  • Equity Leadership: From Policy Adoption to Systemic Change
  • Personalized Education: Buzzword or Game Changer?
  • 25 Tips and Tricks for New and Aspiring Superintendents