High 5
Our weekly picks for advancing your career
January 23, 2023
1. Equity Institute
ACSA’s Equity Institute is back in 2023. This conference is designed specifically for teams of principals and teachers, parent leaders, counselors and central office administrators to deepen their explorations of how these pathways can lead us closer to our goals in pursuit of educational equity.
When: March 31-April 1, 2023
Where: Napa
Register: bit.ly/equityinst2023
2. Leading Best Practices for Students with Disabilities
The Special Education Department provides many resources for our students. Administrators are responsible for everyday functions to provide for students and families. Join expert presenters through three engaging sessions (over eight hours of PD) where you will walk away with best practices to help students with disabilities. This workshop is designed for anyone new, aspiring, or a veteran to the Special Education department.
When: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. March 14, 21, 28
Where: Online
Cost: $299 ACSA members
Register: onlinelearning.acsa.org
3. Summer Leadership Institute
ACSA’s Summer Leadership Institute provides an opportunity for principals and aspiring principals to meet in a stimulating and supportive setting to examine crucial school reform topics applicable to their work. It is designed to provoke and ultimately foster a life commitment to the calling of teaching and learning. Sign up online to be notified when registration opens.
Info: acsa.org/summerprograms
Are you an ACSA Leadership Coach? Make sure to sign up for your ongoing training through California Network of School Leadership Coaches (CNET). CNET is a one-day online session for leadership coaches who have previously completed ACSA Leadership Coaching and is required for all individuals coaching ACSA Clear Administrative Credential Program candidates.
When: Multiple sessions available in March (see online for dates)
Where: Online
Cost: $92.50
Register: onlinelearning.acsa.org
5. Master Scheduling Workshop
The complexities of building today’s master schedule in both middle and high school can be overwhelming, especially if you have little or no master scheduling experience. Get a step-by-step, practical method for creating a schedule that provides course selection equity. Three options to attend: Irvine USD (Jan. 31), Santa Clara COE (Feb. 10), and Sacramento (March 7).
Cost: $449 ACSA members
Register: onlinelearning.acsa.org
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