As my wife Susie and I drove Pacific Coast Highway 1 today, I couldn’t help but feel rejuvenated, inspired and more motivated than ever to be me. It wasn’t because of the sunshine and the ocean breeze, though I freely admit that always helps.
Lynette Saucedo, a student support specialist in Torrington, Wyo., discussed the challenge of providing mental health services in a rural school setting.
It’s tragic that due to flight schedules, the Closing General Session causes many attendees to miss out on some of the best speakers of each year’s National Conference on Education.
What five participants at AASA’s national conference in Los Angeles said they found of greatest value to them and their professional challenges back home.
I did it again. Yup. Every time I come to NCE, I find myself in the bookstore looking at all that is available. I can spend hours in there (and often do). I tell myself I will just look, maybe list the books I am interested in and order them from home. I tell myself books are heavy for travel and that I don’t need more to add to my bookshelf; I already have so many waiting to be read. I tell myself … and then, I find myself there once again…
David Cox, superintendent Allegheny County Public Schools, has been directing the Singing Superintendents for seven years! His passion for music is what drives his commitment to this important part of the National Conference on Education’s closing session.