TASA Announcements

  • New Professional Development Offering! Budget Cohort for Texas District Leaders
    TASA has joined with TASB and TASBO to offer comprehensive budget development training for school district teams that starts this fall! The training 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 financial officer, and chief curriculum officer should attend together. The 2019-20 cohort will meet throughout the school year both online and at TASA, TASB, and TASBO events. The first online training is scheduled for August. Register today!

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  • Register Now for 2019-20 CMAT and Curriculum Workshops
    TASA will offer Level 1 and 2 Curriculum Management Audit Training (CMAT) at TASA Headquarters in Austin during the 2019-20 school year as well as a Curriculum Writing Workshop and Curriculum Management Planning Workshop. Learn more.

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  • Book Housing by July 16 for Session 1 of 2019-20 First-Time Superintendents Academy
    The 2019-20 FTSA was designed around the most important learning outcomes for first- and second-year superintendents. In Session 1, to be held July 31-August 1, beginning superintendents will learn strategies for gaining a better understanding of the dynamics of their new districts, including the logistics of working with their school boards and assessing their districts’ financial situations. Participants will also connect with mentors and formulate a plan for the first 90 days of the school year. Register today!
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  • Register Today for TASA's Academy for Transformational Leadership in Georgetown
    The Academy for Transformational Leadership (ATL) will be hosted again in Georgetown ISD for 2019-20. The academy includes four two-day sessions to be held in September and November 2019 and January and March 2020. Who should attend? Superintendents and other district and campus leaders who are devoted to: nurturing joyous student learning, creating inspiring workplaces for teachers and staff, and envisioning school districts that are less like factories and more like organizations designed for learning. ATL is all about developing Inspiring Leaders! Learn more and register today!

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