ASA Qualified Evaluator Training Make sure your new leaders are qualified as soon as school starts. July 11-12 in Phoenix August 15-16 in Phoenix September 4-5 in Tucson (Flowing Wells USD) September 9-10 in Prescott (YCESA Office) Click here to register.
This week lawmakers passed a state budget which makes a new deposit into the Rainy Day Fund to better prepare Arizona for the next recession but that step was overshadowed by more than $386 million in fiscally irresponsible and permanent tax cuts – foregoing revenue that could have otherwise been used to make new investments [...]
May 30, 2019 Arizona Business and Education Coalition The Foreman Forecast by Dick Foreman, ABEC President & CEO Persistence can pay off!! By Dick Foreman In the midst of tumultuous times and political heavy seas, an apparently vast conspiracy of hard working business and education leaders goes on undaunted. Here [...]
Educational Organizations Offer Many Opportunities ASCD Offers Principal Academy Arizona ASCD is very excited to sponsor the first Arizona Principal Leadership Academy in partnership with ASCD starting in fall of 2019 and wrapping up in spring of 2020. The Academy is a mix of 3 onsite sessions and 3 virtual sessions. The research base related [...]
ALAS Annual Education Summit About the Event: The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents invites you to attend our 16th Annual Education Summit "Leadership: Conquering the Equity Gap!" in Orlando, Florida. October 16-19, 2019. Pre-conference events starting October 16th, 2019. Our National Conference will be held at the Renaissance Orlando at Seaworld Hotel 6677 Sea [...]
GCU's Doctoral Community is Here for You Hi Panfilo, Thank you for the opportunity to connect at one of the many collaborative meetings and events. It is always enjoyable to make wonderful connections, new and old. My goal is to encourage educational partnerships between GCU and other inspiring educational communities. In case earning a doctorate [...]
ASBA Connect 5.16.19: Results-based funding still not equitable, AZEdNews launches classroom grant program PLUS moreazalas
ASBA Connect 5.16.19 Why results-based funding is not an equitable approach to helping public schools Governor Ducey's FY2020 budget proposal includes over $60M to nearly triple the amount of money going to results-based funding, which distributes funding based on AzMERIT results, or A-F Letter grades beginning in next year. An updated analysis by ASBA [...]
As the Latino population continues to grow in the Unted States, the need for more Latino school administrators is greater than ever. In 2012 Latino children became the largest ethnic group in K-12 public schools in Arizona. However in 2016 only 15% of Administrative positions were held by Latino School Leaders in K-12 public schools in Arizona. AZALAS is offering a $10,000 scholarship this year, thanks to our partner, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., who is co-sponsoring the scholarship for the third consecutive year ($5,000 from the Annual Alejandro Perez Memorial Golf Tournament & $5,000 from McCarthy). The scholarship will be awarded at the Fall Annual Conference. Scholarships will be presented at the Fall Annual Conference. Application process to be announced soon.
2019 PBISAz Awards The 2019 PBISAz Awards officially open May 1, 2019. The application process will be closed on August 31, 2019. Please review the PBISAz Awards Criteria and FAQ if you have any questions. 2019 PBISAz Award Application PBISAz Criteria and FAQ FAQ K-12 Award Criteria Alternative School Criteria PBISAz Award Winners If you want [...]