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Join/Renew for 2022-23 Today!

2021-22 TASA memberships expire August 31. Don’t leave any gaps in your eligibility for TASA member benefits; renew today! And if you’re a school leader in a Texas public school, we invite you to be part of TASA in 2022-23. Membership is available in several categories and brings with it not only individual member benefits and services, but gives your district access to valuable services and subscriptions. 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!

Save the dates 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! Midwinter registration/housing open October 4!

The July/August Issue is Posted!

The July/August 2022 issue of Texas School Business, published by TASA, shines the spotlight on a genuine leader in Texas public education, retiring TSPRA Executive Director Linsae Snider. Also featured are TCWSE President Kathryn Washington and Texas ASCD President Susanne Carroll. “Regional View” shares how the Region 11 ESC has partnered with police and districts to implement Handle with Care programs focused on supporting students. “Student Voices” is penned by Eanes ISD student Neko Beverding, who writes about her experience participating in the district’s 24-hour Playfest for theater students. “The Arts” tells the story of Spring ISD’s virtual art show. The issue also includes your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, a lot of Who’s News, and more.

Latest INSIGHT Posted!

The summer issue of INSIGHT introduces TASA’s 2022-23 officers, features several more of TASA’s “Inspiring Leaders” (all from districts with fewer than 500 students!) and profiles TASA Executive Superintendents Sherri Bays and Karen Rue. TCPEA past presidents Cynthia Martinez-Garcia and Jennifer T. Butcher write about stress, burnout, and mental health crises in K-12. Southwest ISD’s Samantha Ruiz focuses on the importance of emotional intelligence (EQ) in leadership, while National Board Certified Teacher Amy Sharp explores whether self-assessments help with growing EQ. Texas Education Technology Leaders’ Karla Burkholder and Anne Halsey discuss the impact of technology on professional development. And 2022 Texas Teacher of the Year Ramon Benavides and Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year Jennifer Han honor Uvalde CISD’s Irma Garcia and Eva Mireles.

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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 2021-22 Corporate Partners and learn how to join them.