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Spring has Sprung and With It, News on Simulations

New Research on Pipelines Shows the Multi-Dimensional Aspects of Learning. Wallace Principal Pipeline Study:  Majority of Effective Programs Use Leadership Simulation We at Ed Leadership Sims were excited to see that four of the six districts participating in the recent Wallace study on Principal Pipeline Initiatives are using leadership simulations to heighten the impact of their programs. Those [...]

Excelencia in Education: NEW ANALYSIS – Latinos in Higher Education – Compilation of Fast Facts

Excelencia in Education accelerates Latino student success in higher education to address the U.S. economy’s need for a highly educated workforce for civic leadership. Policy must keep up with our country’s changing demographics to serve students. This compilation includes fact sheets covering Excelencia’s policy priorities - affordability, institutional capacity, retention and transfer, and workforce preparation. The current state of [...]

CAA: Our 2019 Arizona KIDS COUNT Data Book is Here!

Children's Action Alliance is pleased to bring you the 2019 Arizona KIDS COUNT® Data Book, one of the most comprehensive resources on conditions for children in our state— looking at trends in poverty, health and education for kids and families in each Arizona county. The data (click here for a one-page summary) comparing 2009 to 2016, show [...]

2019 AZALAS High School Senior Scholarship

The Arizona Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (AZALAS) is providing scholarships to graduating high school seniors. The thirty (30) scholarships are $1000 each and available to students who will be attending a higher institution of post-secondary education during the 2019-2020 school year. Applicants are evaluated on quantitative and qualitative criteria, including academic achievement, extracurricular activities and student essays. Scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of the scholarship committee and are contingent upon high school graduation, as well as, acceptance to a higher institution of post-secondary education.