Monthly Archives: January 2022

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ALAS Career Fair! Registration Deadline February 3rd!

Looking to Hire? It's not too late register today to meet potential hires at https://www.alasedu.org/events/virtual-career-fair. Deadline to register is Febuary 3rd, 2022. The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents [ALAS] is committed to providing a perspective to all aspiring school and district administrators including superintendents through programs, services, advocacy and [...]

Refer Top Latino High School Juniors for HSF’s 2022 Youth Leadership Institute (YLI)!

Refer Top Latino High School Juniors for YLI 2022! Dear Colleague, HSF’s 2022 Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) student application is now open! We encourage you to share this announcement with all high-achieving Latino high school juniors in your network who would benefit from this free college empowerment summer program. We also encourage you to refer [...]

A for Arizona Launches $6M Grant Opportunity for Innovative Public Schools

Media Contact: Lorna Romero Ferguson Lorna@elevatestrategiesaz.com (480) 231-8930 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 26, 2022 A for Arizona Launches $6M Grant Opportunity for Innovative Public Schools Funding Provided by Governor Ducey will Accelerate and Reimagine public K-12 models Phoenix, AZ- A for Arizona launched a $6 million grant opportunity today to help Arizona public schools replicate programs that provide meaningful [...]

Information Session Tomorrow | The BEE Project’s Inaugural Teaching Cohort

Update! The BEE Project exists to create equitable access to gifted and talented programs for students of color. Knowing that school districts right now are reckoning with challenging budget constraints, we have decided to waive the fee for your teachers to participate in our inaugural cohort. Teachers will still be paid $2,000 to earn their state gifted credential, but [...]

[WHITE PAPER] Top 12 Tips for a Successful Risk Management Program

Ensure Your Organization is Prepared for the Inevitability of Facing Cyberthreats An effective cybersecurity strategy involves more than just awareness of possible threats. It’s important that your organization is prepared for the inevitability of facing cyberthreats—because in today’s business world, it’s not a question of if you might incur an incident, but rather when it [...]

Important Changes In Substitute Teacher Certificates

In response to concerns raised by the Rural Arizona Schools Coalition and the Arizona School Administrators  Association, the Arizona State Board of Education has approved modifications to the substitute certificate and the emergency substitute certificate at yesterday's Board meeting. More details are available at https://azsbe.az.gov/sites/default/files/1-24-22%20Highlights%20of%20Recent%20State%20Board%20Meeting.pdf. 2100 N. Central Avenue, Suite 202 Phoenix, AZ 85004 P: 602.253.5576  [...]

School Safety & Security Summit REGISTER NOW!!!!

2022 School Safety, Security, and Trauma-Informed Practices Summit February 6-8, 2022 Grand Canyon University Phoenix, AZ What will you learn that might prevent the next school tragedy? Breakout Sessions include Resiliency during the Pandemic Suicide Risk Assessment Developing, Evaluating, Refining Your Emergency Response Plan Social Emotional Learning and Development Trauma-Informed Response Active Shooter Protocol Emotional [...]

Application Launch | The BEE Project’s Inaugural Teaching Cohort

Hello! I am excited to share with you an exciting opportunity available to teachers in pilot schools in Arizona this spring. thinklaw is launching the application cycle for The BEE Project, which pays Black and Hispanic teachers $2,000 to earn their state gifted credential through our unique professional learning and clinical cohort. The BEE Project inspires, trains, and advocates for Black and Hispanic [...]