Nearing Century Mark, AASA’s Century Club Keeps Tradition Alive

The Century Club 100, which was the original governing board of AASA, is believed to the oldest continuing tradition associated with the AASA National Conference on Education. Formed in 1925, the Century Club will convene its members for the 95th time in the Balboa/Mission Hills Room at the San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina on Thursday, Feb. 13, […]

Strategic Partners Back AASA Conference’s Events, Services, Awards

The largesse of 11 strategic partners provides major support for AASA’s 2020 national conference in San Diego, awards programs, photography and other services throughout the year. This year was another record-breaking year in partnership backing for the AASA conference. Strategic partners ensure the success of the AASA conference, where attendees learn and gain inspiration from […]

Fun Run and Fitness Options at AASA’s National Conference

For most of the year, Noelle Ellerson Ng oversees AASA’s advocacy and governance work. But during the week of AASA’s national conference, she assumes added duty to ensure fitness opportunities for early risers. Two fitness activities are slated during conference week in San Diego. Those interested are to complete an NCE 2020 Fun Run form […]

Seen and Heard Around the Conference

Our Favorite Old-timer Peter Corona, the Energizer Bunny in the AASA membership ranks, maintained his unchallenged and unbroken record in Los Angeles of attending AASA annual conferences. He’s been to every one since 1959. Behind his blue eyes are a trove of stories about helping out students who were frustrated and in need, of resourceful […]

What’s on the Back of Your Card?

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.

The Written Word

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…

Singing Superintendents

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.