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Free Live Virtual Event for TASA Members

TASA members are invited to join us at 1:30 p.m, Tuesday, April 9, for a free live virtual event on “Learning & Leading in the World of AI” with 2024 TASA txedFest keynote speakers George Couros and A.J. Juliani. The online event will be moderated by Jill Siler, TASA Deputy Executive Director, Professional Learning!

Read/Share the Winter Issue

The winter issue of INSIGHT highlights TASA’s inaugural Small Schools Network event in Blue Ridge ISD. It also features a piece on designing high-performance schools by A4LE’s Irene Nigaglioni. Texas Teacher of the Year Taniece Thompson-Smith offers her “Teacher Perspective” on school culture. A “Higher Education” column from John Decman and J. Kenneth Young discusses the changing state of education. In “TSPRA Voice,” Megan Overman details the benefits of joining TSPRA. Dianne Borreson and Karla Buckholder discuss CTO succession planning in “Tech Take.” And in “Leadership Perspective,” Holly Ferguson and Kyle Penn discuss their journey to organizational change in Prosper ISD.

Mar/Apr 2024 Texas School Business

The March/April issue of Texas School Business features some of the steps school districts are taking to recruit and retain teachers, highlighting programs in Cleveland, Ector County and Pasadena ISDs. The issue also profiles TSPRA President Arianna Vazquez-Hernandez and TASBO President Elaine Cogburn. You’ll also find a Regional View column from Region 9 ESC, highlighting their mental health initiative, along with photo features from the TASA Midwinter Conference, TCWSE Conference and TASPA Winter Conference. Plus don’t miss your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, plenty of Who’s News, and more.

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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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2023-24 EoSA Caudill Winners Announced

2023-24 EoSA Caudill Winners Announced

Alief ISD and Dallas ISD have been selected to receive the Caudill Award, the highest honor in the annual Exhibit of School Architecture competition facilitated by the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) and Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) for...

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We Can’t Let Lawmakers Abandon Their Own Judgment

We Can’t Let Lawmakers Abandon Their Own Judgment

You know, there's something ... immoral about abandoning your own judgment ... We just can't let this get out of hand. And we're gonna do whatever we have to do to make this come out right." —John F. Kennedy in the movie "JFK" In every state that uses taxpayer money...

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

2023-24 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 2023-24 Corporate Partners and learn how to join them.