TASA Announcements

  • Missing TASA Daily and Capitol Watch Alerts?
    If you are no longer receiving TASA Daily or Capitol Watch Alerts, it is most likely because you have not renewed your TASA membership for 2018-19. To restart your subscriptions to these publications and regain access to other services and benefits, please renew today through TASA’s Member Services Center. Find step-by-step instructions. (Please allow 48 hours for your membership to be processed. Thank you!)  

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  • TASA Seeks Nominations for Prestigious Golden Deeds Award
    The Golden Deeds for Education Award is considered the most coveted award in the field of Texas education and the highest recognition for distinguished service to education in the state. It has been presented at the annual Administrative Leadership Institute since 1964 and is given to an individual from any profession who has consistently supported Texas students and teachers through his/her positive impact on public education. See the list of past recipients and access the nomination form. Nominations are due September 28.

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  • Registration Open for November 29-30 Administrative Leadership Institute at Texas A&M
    Join educational leaders from across the state at Texas A&M November 29-30 to explore the ways they are leading transformation in public school districts. Bring a team of district leaders to engage in roundtable discussions and learn from districts involved in creating community-based accountability systems, engaging in next-generation partnerships for student post-secondary readiness, growing their own teacher leaders and building district capacity, and making a difference through advocacy at the local and state levels. Learn more and register today!

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  • Applications Open for Johnny L. Veselka Scholarship for Doctoral Students
    TASA active or student members enrolled in accredited university doctoral programs in the field of education may apply for one of three $2,500 scholarships to be awarded at the TASA Midwinter Conference in January 2019. Learn more and access the online application, which is due by December 10.

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  • Join or Renew Your TASA Membership for 2018-19 Today!
    Here at TASA we are excited about another year of providing you with valuable benefits and services that support our mission and align with our newly defined strategic direction. Visit our online brochure to get a refresher on our services and benefits, then renew your membership for 2018-19! Please see these step-by-step instructions for joining or renewing your membership for 2018-19 in the TASA Member Services Center.

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  • Register Now for 2018-19 CMAT and Curriculum Workshops
    TASA will offer several Curriculum Management Audit Training (CMAT) sessions, both Level 1 and Level 2, at TASA Headquarters in Austin during the 2018-19 school year. In addition, new this year, TASA will offer two Curriculum Writing Workshops and two Curriculum Management Planning Workshops. Learn more.

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  • San Angelo and Georgetown to Host 2018-19 Academy for Transformational Leadership
    TASA's Academy for Transformational Leadership is for 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! Join us in San Angelo or Georgetown in 2018-19 for four valuable sessions. Learn more.
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  • Explore TASA's Online Advocacy Toolkits
    TASA, with the help of the TASA Advocacy Committee and Legislative Committee, has launched a collection of TASA Advocacy Toolkits, which include resources, suggestions, and links to information to assist school administrators with advocacy efforts. Access the toolkits.

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  • Learn more about TASA's MISSION: School Transformation
    Visit TASA's MISSION: School Transformation website to learn about the initiative's history and key players and to access helpful tools and resources, related professional development and projects such as TASA on iTunes U, and details on how to get involved. Explore MISSION principles: digital learning, high-priority learning standards, multiple assessments, community-based accountability, college and career readiness, and organizational transformation. Learn more.

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