As Candidates for the AASA Presidency, Superintendents from Kansas and New York Voice Their Qualities for Election in Front of Colleagues
A pair of veteran superintendents seeking to become the president of AASA in 2023-24 used the stage of the 2nd General Session Friday morning to tell several hundred colleagues why they are the best candidate for the association’s leadership post. Their brief campaign speeches took place at the AASA National Conference on Education in Nashville, […]
No Member Dues Increase, No Big Deal for AASA Governing Board During Nashville Meeting at National Conference
AASA’s Governing Board adopted an agenda for federal legislation for the next year and bypassed standard practice for setting membership dues by opting for no increase in 2022-23 during its daylong meeting on Wednesday at the Omni Hotel in Nashville. The roughly 120 delegates, representing members in seven geographic regions, also approved the candidacies of […]
AASA Candidates for President State Their Cases for Election in Front of 2nd General Session Audience
The two superintendents vying for the presidency of AASA got their first chance to make the case for their candidacies during the 2nd General Session of the AASA national conference in San Diego on Friday.
Those who served in the past as presidents of AASA get a moment in the limelight at the association’s 2nd General Session.
In her presidential address at the conference’s 1st General Session on Thursday, Deborah Kerr used a painful experience from the past year in her Wisconsin school community to deliver an important point about equity.
The AASA Governing Board unanimously approved a modest dues increase for the coming year to help the association support its state affiliates as they build programs for aspiring superintendents and superintendent certification. The measure, which takes effect July 1, will raise dues by $10 to $470 a year for those in the active membership category. […]
AASA’s Governing Board ratified its Beliefs and Position Statements that undergird the work of AASA’s public policy staff when handling advocacy work on Capitol Hill during its meeting in San Diego on Wednesday. With about 115 members from seven regions participating in the meeting, the association’s governing body approved the wording of position statements addressing […]
Deborah Kerr, who is serving as the 2019-20 president of AASA, The School Superintendents Association, shares why it’s so important for the voices of superintendents to be heard by federal, state and local policymakers. In this two-minute video, she also talks about the key conversations she has with other school system leaders throughout the country during the AASA Governing Board meeting in San Diego. Kerr is the superintendent of the Brown Deer School District in Brown Deer, Wis.