High 5
Our weekly picks for advancing your career
July 12, 2021
1. Shirley Weber to give keynote at Sisterhood
California Secretary of State Shirley Weber will give the keynote address at ACSA’s in-person Sisterhood Leadership Symposium. This inclusive space brings together women in the education profession for one-day focusing on leadership, diversity and empowerment. Space is limited, so sign up now.
When: Sept. 24-25
Where: Almansor Court, Alhambra
Cost: $139 ACSA/CALSA/CAAASA/CAAPLE Member; Dinner & Paint Night $30
Register: bit.ly/ACSAsisterhood2021
2. Summit Keynote spotlight: Emily Esfahani Smith
Drawing on psychology, philosophy and literature, Emily Esfahani Smith writes about the human experience — why we are the way we are and how we can find grace and meaning in a world that is full of suffering. Hear the author of “The Power of Meaning” speak at Leadership Summit.
When: Nov. 4-6, 2021
Where: Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Cost: $549 ACSA members
Register: bit.ly/ACSASummit2021
3. Know someone who needs Clear Credentialing?
Did you know ACSA has a Clear Administrative Credential Program? ACSA has served nearly 1,000 new administrators who receive individualized, one-on-one, job embedded coaching over the course of this two-year program. Start enrollment in the fall cohort by contacting your Local Program Coordinator (list available online).
When: Enrollment deadline is Sept. 15, 2021
Info: acsa.org/credentialing
4. Save $ on Diversify Your Bookshelves Webinar
Are you looking to incorporate culturally diverse texts into your school’s curriculum? This webinar taught by leading experts in the field will guide administrators on how to start this process. Sources of recommended book lists will be provided as well as how to make this part of your literacy culture.
When: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4
Where: ACSA Online Learning Center
Cost: $39 ACSA members. Use promo code EDCAL for $10 off.
Register: onlinelearning.acsa.org/courses/diversify-your-bookshelves
5. Share your expertise at Every Child Counts
ACSA is now accepting proposals to present at the 2022 Every Child Counts Symposium, Jan. 12-14, 2022 in Palm Desert. The 2022 theme is “Staying on Course IRL (In Real Life).” Topics should be related to special education and student services, such as equity, leadership and social-emotional learning. Find the submission form online. Deadline to submit is July 31, 2021.
Info: acsa.org/everychildcounts
Contact Us

© 2020 Association of California School Administrators