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Dec 2: Early-Bird Registration Ends

Register by December 2 to save big on registration for the 2023 Midwinter Conference. Reserve housing by December 6 to book within the room block.  

November/December TSB is Posted!

The November/December 2022 issue of Texas School Business, published by TASA, features 2022 Texas Superintendent of the Year (and Texas’ nominee for 2023 National Superintendent of the Year) Bobby Ott, superintendent of Temple ISD. The issue also highlights the 2022 Outstanding School Board, Lyford CISD, and Harris County Department of Education Superintendent James Colbert Jr., the 2022 TSPRA Key Communicator. Also spotlighted are the finalists for Superintendent of the Year and School Board of the Year. Don’t Miss the “Digital Frontier” column on the evolving role of the CTO by Dianne Borreson, executive director of Texas Education Technology Leaders (TETL), or the “Student Voices” submission by Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD student Vanessa Macaluso. Finally, enjoy your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, lots and lots of Who’s News, and more.

Latest INSIGHT Posted!

The fall issue of INSIGHT celebrates the 2023 Texas Teachers of the Year Shelley Jeoffroy of Irving ISD and Chris McLeod of Brazosport ISD, as well as the other finalists for this top honor. It also profiles TASA Executive Superintendents Steve Flores and Thomas Randle, and features four more TASA Inspiring Leaders. UT Tyler’s Wes Hickey and Sydni Blunder provide the Higher Education perspective on creating employee childcare centers for recruitment and retention. The TSPRA Voice column, by Harris County Department of Education’s Danielle Clark on reputation management through culture building is not to be missed. And the Leadership Perspective on benefits-based accountability is by Victoria ISD Superintendent Quintin Shepherd and East Central ISD Superintendent Roland Toscano.

Are You Ready to Thrive as a Leader?

Registration is open for a new type of leadership development program — Breakaway Leadership. It’s a six-month, mostly virtual program intended to help school leaders at the district and campus levels learn new habits and skills that will enable them to perform at the highest levels of leadership 24/7. By focusing on developing and improving all aspects of your well-being, you can come to the leadership table with a level of fitness that enables you to lead from a position of strength and clarity – all day every day.

Get Connected

If you’re a school leader in a Texas public school, we invite you to be part of TASA in 2022-23. TASA is more than a professional association; we’re a support system for school leaders from school districts both large and small, rural and urban, and from every corner of the state. Click on the video to the left to find out how being part of TASA is benefiting Texas school leaders and the students they serve. 

Brené Brown to Keynote!

Registration/housing are now open for the 2023 TASA Midwinter Conference: January 29-February 1. We’re excited to have Dr. Brené Brown as the keynote speaker for the Monday general session! Don’t miss it!

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Texas public schools are evolving to better prepare future-ready graduates.

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TASA is more than a professional association. We are a support system for school leaders from school districts both large and small, rural and urban, and from every corner of the state of Texas. In addition to providing professional learning opportunities, representation in Austin, information, and more, our supportive network can be a lifeline for school leaders in need of connection and inspiration.


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Let’s face it, the past two-plus years have been a challenge, though the word “challenge” may be the understatement of the century. We can wallow in that if we want (I certainly have done it more than my fair share) or we can celebrate that, in spite of the...

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If we teach today’s students the way we taught yesterday’s, they will not be prepared for the future.

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Our partners’ support enables us to advance our mission: To promote, provide, and develop leaders who create and sustain student-centered schools and develop future-ready students. See a full list of our 2022-23 Corporate Partners and learn how to join them.