AASA, The School Superintendents Association advocates for equitable access for all students to the highest quality public education, and develops and supports school system leaders.

Biden Administration Announces Update on Operational Planning for COVID-⁠19 Vaccinations for Kids Ages 5-11

Administration to Make Vaccination Convenient, Easily Accessible, and Free for Kids Ages 5-11 if Authorized by the FDA and CDC. Read the White House  and CDC fact sheets.

School Administrator: Creativity and the Arts

AASA’s latest magazine issue discusses how creative solutions and arts education can improve outcomes across K-12 schools.

NCE Registration Open

AASA’s National Conference on Education has opened registration. Register early to get the lowest prices and early access to the room block in Nashville.

School Administrator Extras

A 2-minute video tied to the AASA magazine’s October issue features a Thought Leadership conversation between author Daniel Goleman and Julie Vitale, superintendent in Oceanside, Calif.

Aspiring Superintendents Academy® For Female Leaders

The AASA Aspiring Superintendents Academy® for Female Leaders is a powerful vehicle to put female leaders in the driver's seat of their career. The Academy brings together women who are on the path to the superintendency to build knowledge and confidence in their ability to lead.

Thought Leadership Series

The 10th installment in School Administrator's Thought Leadership Series features an interview between author Daniel Goleman and Julie Vitale, superintendent in Oceanside, Calif.

IDEAL Cohort

The AASA IDEAL Cohort focuses on the principles behind Innovative Districts Empowering All Learners. The IDEAL Cohort seeks to provide a deeper understanding of what learners need to create the most dynamic learning environment possible. Members of the AASA IDEAL Cohort work collaboratively to research, inspire, empower and amplify educators’ work to realize this new vision for empowering all learners.

AASA Transformational Leadership Consortium

Through our collective involvement in the AASA Transformational Leadership Consortium, member superintendent leadership skills have been strengthened and highly supported. As school district leaders across the nation consider the integration of technology, AASA is helping to support change, growth and progress. The AASA Transformational Leadership Consortium will continue to guide this critical work.

Call For Demonstration Sites

AASA, based on the recommendations of the Learning 2025 National Commission, seeks to identify educational systems that exemplify student-centered, equity-focused practices with a solid commitment to the whole learner, anti-marginalization, and a future driven outlook.

AASA Equity Cohort

The AASA Equity Cohort will facilitate intentional and deliberate actions to address equity in rural, suburban and urban school districts. The cohort provides school leaders and their teams with a safe, collaborative and action-oriented learning space for courageous conversations about equity in schools.

AASA Early Learning Cohort

The impact of early learning programs on communities is profound. AASA’s Early Learning cohort brings educational leaders from across the country together to review emerging research, discover early learning best practices and plan to facilitate change. Recent research shows the high returns on investment and importance of high-quality early education programs—especially for disadvantaged kids.

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AASA to Host 7th Urban Superintendents Academy Conference
Featured speakers for the event, entitled, Bold Leadership: Leadership, Equity, Accountability and Disruption, include Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Knight Chair in Race and Journalism at the Howard University School of Communications, and Erin Jones, former assistant superintendent for student achievement in Wash. state.

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AASA Launches American Rescue Plan Committee
AASA’s American Rescue Plan Committee includes more than 30 superintendents, as well as representatives from several national organizations, to develop recommendations and insights as schools move toward a safe reopening following the impact left by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the press release.