2017 Dr. John R. Hoyle Memorial Administrative Leadership Institute

  • Bush Library November 30-December 1, 2017
    Texas A&M University Campus

    Co-hosted by TASA and the Texas A&M University, Department of Educational Administration & Human Resource Development (EAHR) in partnership with the A&M Education Leadership Research Center (ELRC)

    Building a Culture of Confidence in the Face of Anti-Public Education Sentiment
     
    The Administrative Leadership Institute (ALI), which dates back to 1908, has been called "the best 24-hour conference in Texas” by leaders in Texas public education and higher education. Each November, the annual conference focuses on a critical issue to help school leaders transform schools to better ensure all children can become successful students and people.

    ALI is an opportunity for informal interaction and sharing among participants, who attend from school districts across Texas. It is a meeting place for friends and a venue for nationally recognized speakers and experts to re-energize those on the front lines educating Texas youth.

    2017 ALI Focus

    The focus of the 2017 ALI is Building a Culture of Confidence in the Face of Anti-Public Education Sentiment. Join us in Aggieland to explore all that Texas public schools truly offer their communities. Gain insight into ways to build confidence in your district leaders, educators, and stakeholders. Network with other districts to share ways to offer real choice to all students. Explore tangible examples to build instructional leadership capacity, and hear from district leaders who partnered to construct compelling, pro-public education messages that reveal the truth behind all that anti-public ed talk. Sessions will include:

    • Crucial Conversations About America’s Schoolskeynote by Dr. John Draper, NSPRA consultant
    • Paddling Upstream in a Public School Canoe – John Draper, NSPRA consultant
    • A Clear Choice: How Districts Offer REAL Choice Opportunities for ALL Students – Eric Simpson, TASA
    • Building Instructional Leadership Capacity: A Case Study – Beverly Irby, TAMU
    • The Roscoe Collegiate P-20 System Model for Student Success – Kim Alexander and Marsha Alexander, Roscoe Collegiate ISD
    • Addressing Changing Demographics Through School and University Partnerships – TAMU K-12 Educational Administration faculty
    • Personalized Learning for Students and Staff May Seem Like a Dream, but is it Really? – Jeff Mann and Stephanie Ryon, College Station ISD
    • #personalizedlearning@KATYISD – Katy ISD instructional leaders
    • Make an Impact, Personalize Learning – Bryan ISD instructional leaders
    • Personalized Learning in Clear Creek ISD – Greg Smith and Robert Bayard, Clear Creek ISD
    • Panel Discussion: Go Public – Kevin Brown, Brian Woods, and Roland Toscano, San Antonio-area superintendents


    Who Should Attend

    Superintendents, central office administrators, principals, and campus leaders are all welcome to attend ALI, and are encouraged to attend as a team.

    Agenda

    Thursday, November 30Thursday, November 30

    11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m. Awards Luncheon (Texas A&M's Department of Educational Administration & Human Resource Development will present its student awards during this luncheon.)
    12:45–5 p.m. Sessions featuring guest speakers, roundtable discussions, planned activities
    5:30–6 p.m. Reception
    6–8 p.m. Awards Dinner (The 2017 Golden Deeds, John R. Hoyle, and other major awards will be presented during this event.)
    Friday, December 1  
    7:30–8 a.m. Breakfast
    8 a.m.–12 p.m. Sessions featuring guest speakers, roundtable discussions, planned activities

     

    Location

    Annenberg Presidential Conference Center
    (the site of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Center and The Bush School of Government and Public Service)
    Texas A&M University
    1002 George Bush Drive West
    College Station, TX 77843

    Housing

    A block of rooms has been reserved at the rate of $129 per night plus tax for November 30 at:

    The George
    180 Century Court
    College Station, TX 77840

    To take advantage of the group rate, reserve your room online or by phone (844.599.3871) by 3 p.m., November 13. Select GROUP/BLOCK, and enter the code TE218.

     

  • Register

    Use the button above to log into TASA's Member Services Center and register for this event.

Registration

    • $175 per TASA member
    • $95 per TASA student member
    • $195 per non-member

    The registration fee includes all materials and scheduled meal functions (awards luncheon and dinner on Thursday and breakfast on Friday morning). Guest meal tickets for the awards dinner may be purchased separately for $50.

    The online registration deadline is Friday, November 17.

    On-site registration will be available.