2019-20 ATL: Georgetown
While many leadership programs train leaders to be excellent spokespersons for and managers of the status quo, the year-long, four-part TASA Academy for Transformational Leadership is designed for school leaders who are passionate about the transformation of public education in Texas. Learn more.
Session 1: September 10-11, 2019
Session 2: November 4-5, 2019
Session 3: January 14-15, 2020
Session 4: March 31-April 1, 2020
Day 1: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.Day 2: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.Lunch and an afternoon snack will be provided on Day 1, and breakfast and lunch will be provided on Day 2.
Hammerlun Center for Leadership and LearningGeorgetown ISD
507 East University Ave.
Georgetown, TX 78626
What Past Participants Say
"The Academy for Transformational Leadership in San Angelo was an unbelievable experience! It allowed us to collaborate with staff from the Schlechty Center, other school districts, and local universities. It also created an opportunity for our team to spend quality time together focused on topics such as student engagement, lesson design, and how to better use technology in our classrooms. As we build capacity, it will be valuable for more of our team to have these experiences. The academy being held in San Angelo makes that much more affordable."
—Ariel Elliott, superintendent, Greenwood ISD
"A major takeaway from the academy was an inspiration to collaborate with others to create strong public schools for all children in Texas. It became clear that we all have a responsibility to work toward transforming educators to become leaders who are compelled to work, care about the organization, and are motivated to truly engage students for greater student achievement beyond the classroom. While we are professors at a higher education institution, the candidates we are preparing could also greatly benefit from what we learned at the academy because of the strategies, tools, resources, and connections that were shared and made during the training. It truly is transformational, and educators who want to make a difference in the lives of children definitely should attend."
—Tia Agan, assistant professor, Angelo State University
Cost is $1,995 per person.