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Fuel your passion and drive your ambitions forward with a new online platform allowing AASA members to share winning strategies, resources and ideas, engage with colleagues across the nation (or right next door) and grow personal and professional learning communities.

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Welcome to AASA’s Online Community – you’re exclusive member-only online peer-to-peer collaboration tool.

Through the AASA Online Community, you can connect and network with other school leaders from around the country; discuss hot topics, ask questions, seek advice, and collaborate with your peers; and share resources, documents, and files through shared libraries.

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Not sure where to start? Watch the quick tutorial video below and learn how to log in, join different communities, view and engage in discussions, connect with individuals, share resources and more.

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COVID-19: Emergency Management, School Safety and Crisis Planning

Peer-to-peer resource for school administrators when handling any crisis, no matter how large or small.

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Advocacy Network

Access resources from weekly Advocacy Updates to the new AASA Advocacy Podcast, "Public Education Policy (PEP) Talk."

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Recent Blogs

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  • AASA and 130 allied-organizations call on Congress to pass the Reopen and Rebuild America's Schools Act.
  • 17 allied organizations request the Department of Education to expand its efforts to increase engagement with rural education stakeholders, promote staff understanding of the challenges facing rural local education agencies, and improve the intra-agency...
  • AASA American Rescue Plan Webinars Last week AASA hosted two webinars dealing with the American Rescue Plan. Click here to access the recording American Rescue Plan with AASA’s own Noelle Ellerson Ng and Sasha Pudelski. In this...
  • ASAA is pleased to share two resources with approximate state allocations for the IDEA funds coming from the American Rescue Plan. The first resource is from theCongressional Research Service
  • AASA Leads Letter Urging Expediency in Developing Kids Vaccines Today, AASA along with 16 other national education, labor and health organizations, wrote to the Biden Administration asking them to urgently focus resources in developing...

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Video Spotlight

2021 Virtual National Conference on Education #NCE2021

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As our nation’s public-school leaders continue to face challenges and uncertainty into the 2020/2021 school year, we have decided to make the announcement, now, to move the 2021 National Conference on Education online. It’s imperative that superintendents and school districts around the country have access to data, research and best practices shared by experts and thought leaders only available through AASA’s national conference.  #NCE2021 #totalchild #leadersmatter #lovepubliceducation

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Leader Spotlight

Oregon’s Gustavo Balderas Named 2020 AASA National Superintendent of the Year®

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“It is truly an honor to serve in the role of superintendent of the Eugene Public Schools. I am blessed to be in my community,” said Balderas as a 2020 National Superintendent of the Year® finalist. “Seeing that kids are succeeding because of the changes we’re making drives me. We, as leaders, need to be champions for our profession. Education is the backbone to our democracy.” 

“On behalf of public education and the more than 50 million students learning and growing in our public schools, it is truly an honor to congratulate Gustavo Balderas for being named the 2020 National Superintendent of the Year®,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA. “We truly appreciate the tremendous work he is doing to promote academic achievement in Eugene School District and beyond. It is also an honor to congratulate our three other finalists, Samantha Fuhrey, Michael Nagler and Jeffery Smith. These individuals are all champions for children. I thank AIG Retirement Services and First Student for supporting our program.” 

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