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Registration/Housing Open for 2022 TASA Midwinter Conference

The 2022 TASA Midwinter Conference will be hosted in-person January 30-February 2. Our theme for 2022 is “Leading4All,” and we hope you’ll join us!

Calling All Superintendents Who Want to Thrive, Not Just Survive

TASA is launching a brand-new and very different type of leadership development program designed especially for TASA member superintendents — Breakaway Leadership. It’s a six-month, mostly virtual program intended to help superintendents learn new habits and skills that will enable them to perform at the highest levels of leadership 24/7, setting themselves apart from other leaders. Registration is open through November 5.

September/October 2021 Issue is Posted!

The September/October 2021 issue of Texas School Business takes a look at a couple of ways districts are working to help students catch up academically. The issue also highlights TASA President Doug Williams and TALAS President Rick Lopez. And don’t miss “The Digital Frontier” by Alice Owen, executive director of Texas Education Technology Leaders (formerly the Texas K-12 CTO Council), your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, lots and lots of Who’s News, photos from TASPA’s summer conference, and more. 

Join or Renew for 2021-22 Today!

If you’re a school leader in a Texas public school, we invite you to join TASA. 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.

Summer INSIGHT Posted!

The summer 2021 issue of INSIGHT introduces TASA’s 2021-22 officers: Doug Williams, Gonzalo Salazar, LaTonya Goffney, and Brian Woods, as well as TASA’s new Executive Superintendent Program. It also highlights a collaborative education summit held by Permian Basin leaders representing schools, business, and more. The issue’s Higher Education column focuses on lessons learned from students and teachers about the impact of space on learning. And the TSPRA Voice column provides administrators with a brief “guide to effective school communications.”

Mission: School Transformation

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

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TASA is the professional association for Texas school superintendents and other administrators. In addition to advocacy efforts and professional learning opportunities, we provide networks and services that offer mentorship and inspiration to our members.


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Public Education – and Educators – are Core to Our Democracy

Public Education – and Educators – are Core to Our Democracy

Recently, an elected state leader told me that public education, like health care, has long been on the fringe of what the government should be involved with. In other words, public education is not really a core function of our government. I couldn’t disagree more....

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Mission: School Transformation

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

2021-22 TASA President’s Circle Corporate Partners

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.