Leadership in K-12 education today requires a balance of traditional skills and innovation. If in old days schools could succeed by chance instead of by design. In an era of volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous conditions, schools’ success can only be achieved with careful and strategical design, according to two presenters who shared research from […]
When you tell a room full of more than 40 superintendents that money matters in public education, you would be, what they call, “preaching to the choir.” But when you show school administrators the cyclical effects of revenue at the state and local levels and the impact it has on shaping school funding realities, you have their attention.
AASA Executive Director Dan Domenech touched on the association’s major accomplishments of the past year, with special attention to a new initiative supporting superintendents dealing with crises, during a presentation to the AASA Governing Board on Wednesday morning.
AASA’s policy and advocacy team invites you to journey with them into the weeds of federal education policy at the national conference in Los Angeles. As in past years, there’s a policy strand of can’t-miss sessions taking place.
Median salaries for superintendents across the U.S., computed by school district enrollment, ranged from about $95,000 for the smallest districts to about $260,000 for those leading the largest enrollment districts, according to a newly issued survey by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.