[Video] Paul Freeman on the Challenges of White Superintendents Confronting Racism in School Communities (3:40)

Paul Freeman, superintendent of Connecticut’s Guilford Public Schools, shares best practices on how white superintendents can learn together about the critical issues of race, racism and equity. Freeman led the session “Personal, Professional and Practical Challenges for White Superintendents Confronting Racism” at AASA’s National Conference on Education in Nashville, Tenn. (Video produced by Selah Oden)

McNulty: Use the Tumult of the Pandemic to Find Better Ways of Educating Kids

Michael Conner and Ray McNulty want to revolutionize the way students learn after COVID-19. The duo encouraged AASA conference attendees Saturday morning to be future-focused and willing to create the change they see as necessary, instead of adapting to change imposed by others. “Adapting is not gonna help us,” said McNulty, president of the Successful […]