Week of Events
TASA Midwinter Conference
The TASA Midwinter Conference has become the most popular conference of the year for Texas school leaders because it provides such a valuable opportunity to come together to discuss and share innovative practices, network with peers, address the administrative issues administrators face every day, and gain fresh insights. Learn more.
Aspiring Superintendents Academy
TASA’s Aspiring Superintendents Academy was completely redesigned in 2020. With nearly 14 hours of content that focuses on both how to get the job and how to be successful in the job, plus 30-plus speakers, including 20-plus sitting superintendents and representatives from multiple search firms, the academy is always a must-attend for those who aspire […]
Veselka Scholarship Recipients Honored
TASA annually awards scholarships to TASA members in the amount of $2,500 each as the number and quality of applicants allows. Scholarship winners are honored at the TASA Midwinter Conference each January. Learn more about the Johnny L. Veselka Scholarship.
2022-23 Principals’ Institute
For 2022-23, TASA is partnering with N2 Learning to offer The Principals' Institute (PI 12), a year-long professional development series that provides a unique opportunity for principals to understand why transformation of public education is necessary, and to develop the knowledge and skills required to lead and build the capacity to sustain transformation over time. […]
2022-23 Executive Leadership Institute
TASA partners with N2 Learning to offer the Executive Leadership Institute, which is designed to build the capacity of district executive leaders for system-wide improvements in teaching and learning. Sessions will include opportunities for leaders to cultivate strategic approaches and actions in order to support district transformational efforts. In addition to the scheduled sessions, each […]
The 2022-23 Budget Cohort for Texas District Leaders is a series of eight events to be held throughout the school year. It is designed to allow your district to better utilize its finance and business functions to support and enhance other areas, including curriculum and instruction, human resources, and special programs, so your superintendent, chief […]