The first group of educators has graduated from AASA’s Aspiring Superintendents Academy® Blended Learning Model program, and they will be recognized at a reception in their honor on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 13, following the 1st General Session at the organization’s National Conference on Education in San Diego, Calif.
The first graduating cohort consisted of 27 educators, including principals, assistant superintendents and a chief academic officer.
The program is a combination of in-person and online opportunities to master the various leadership qualities superintendent must have to excel on the job. Through real-world, situational leadership tasks, participants will work collaboratively to prepare themselves to become the future leaders of school districts.
The names of the AASA Aspiring Superintendents Academy® cohort graduates, as well as other information about the training program, can be found in the official AASA press release.