AASA’s policy and advocacy team invites you to journey with them into the weeds of federal education policy at the national conference in Los Angeles. As in past years, there’s a policy strand of can’t-miss sessions taking place.
The Century Club 100, which at one time served as the governing body of AASA, will hold its annual luncheon at noon on Thursday, Feb. 14, at the JW Marriott in Los Angeles.
Thirty-six educators have finished AASA’s Urban Superintendents Academy programs, and they will be recognized at a ceremony on Thursday evening, Feb. 14, at the association’s 2019 National Conference on Education in Los Angeles.
Superintendents from the third-largest city in Idaho, a county district in central Georgia and two sprawling suburban districts in Indianapolis, Ind., and San Antonio, Texas, are the four finalists for the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year award, which will be announced in on Thursday, Feb. 14.
The largesse of 11 strategic partners provides major support for AASA’s 2019 national conference, awards programs, photography and other services throughout the year. This year was another record-breaking year in partnership backing for the AASA conference.
Median salaries for superintendents across the U.S., computed by school district enrollment, ranged from about $95,000 for the smallest districts to about $260,000 for those leading the largest enrollment districts, according to a newly issued survey by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.