There are four well-known industrial revolutions: the mechanization revolution in Great Britain, focusing on machinery and steam power; the mass production revolution started by assembly lines with Ford and Carnegie; the computer automation revolution of the last few decades, and the current shift to cyber and physical systems with new technology such as 5G.
Keely Roberts, superintendent of Zion Elementary School District 6 in Zion, Ill., has been named the 2020 recipient of the VH-1 Save The Music Foundation’s 15th annual Administrator Award for Distinguished Support of Music Education.
Founder of Mawi Learning, in Closing 2020 Keynote, Urges Superintendents With Demonstrated Energy to ‘See Every Kid’
At the age of 6, Mawi Asgedom arrived in the United States after three years in a Sudan refugee camp and an earlier escape from civil war in his home country of Ethiopia. His immigrant family struggled to survive…
For 17 minutes and 32 seconds, the Singing Superintendents performed five songs at the start of the 3rd (and final) General Session of AASA’s 2020 national conference in San Diego on Saturday morning.
Superintendents, principals and teachers are often hit with vendor pitches on core competency programs that promise to drive up student achievement, but leadership and education expert Douglas Reeves has a tip: “It’s what you do. It’s not what you buy.”
Conference attendee David Jensen presumably had no idea he’d have the opportunity to journey south of the border on a volunteer mission next January.
The 2020 rendition of the Singing Superintendents perform a short medley of popular tunes during the final general session of AASA’s National Conference on Education. This brief video captures a couple of those numbers. The group is led by David Cox, director of schools of Sullivan County Schools in Blountville, Tenn.
Getting your message out is a challenge many school district leaders face, especially in a diverse media landscape, but it can be done. Mike Daria, superintendent, and Lesley Bruinton, public relations coordinator of the Tuscaloosa City Schools in Alabama, offered five keys to amplify your district’s story at an AASA National Conference on Education session […]
The recipients of the 2020 Helping Kids Mini-Grants, a program funded by AASA through a partnership with Sourcewell, were recognized at the AASA national conference in San Diego.
The staff that made up AASA’s Conference Daily Online in San Diego included some savvy journalism professionals plus the bright-eyed sparkle of three high school journalists, all of whom were making their debut in the real-time arena of deadline reporting.