The Minnesota Association of School Administrators
(MASA) is a private nonprofit member service organization representing more
than 900 educational administrators throughout Minnesota. Our members include
school superintendents, directors of special education, curriculum and
technology leaders, central office administrators, and higher education
administrators and professors. In addition to our active members, MASA also
serves over 250 retirees.
|Curriculum Leaders of Minnesota (CLM)|
Technology Leaders of Minnesota (TLM)
(Component Groups within the Minnesota Association of School Administrators)
present a professional development opportunity
The 2016 Fall Instructional Leadership ConferenceLeading Learning ~ New Thinking in Instructional Leadership
(this form also has registration for the pre-conference "Instructional Leadership 101")
Wednesday Late Afternoon - Friday Mid-day, November 16-18
Cragun’s Resort/Conference Center, Brainerd
Click here for more conference details and to register
Please register by Wednesday, November 9 to avoid a late fee.
Lodging: Click Here for Craguns Lodging Form cancellations are the responsibility of the participant, without exception.
(NOTE: Download the PDF to your desktop before filling out your information into the textboxes.)
The leadership of successful schools centers on a vision for learning. Highly effective instruction for all students, delivered by excellent teachers, is a goal for all school leaders. Leaders of systems in which all students reach their learning goals focus on teaching and the specific needs of students. This fall, join your colleagues as we examine strategies for quality instruction.
| ► AASA NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION
MASA’s Great Start Cohort for New Superintendents
MASA is committed to providing excellent professional development that will support you in your professional practice. As a member of the Great Start Cohort (GSC), you will have the opportunity to meet other new leaders, receive information from seasoned leaders, and develop practical skills designed to help you be successful in the first year of your new position. In addition to the five traditional workshops (linked to statewide conferences for travel and schedule ease), participants will also receive access to the GSC Online Toolbox and mobile app filled with supporting documents and videos on popular topics. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be granted for each session in the series. Whether you are an experienced administrator or are new to your leadership role, this workshop series is a wonderful opportunity to network with your colleagues and enhance your skills.
MASA is grateful to
for their continued support!
|► MASA BUSINESS PARTNER PROGRAM
The MASA Business Partner Program provides opportunities for businesses to connect with Minnesota’s educational leaders. Our core belief is that MASA’s role in engaging business partners is to facilitate a rich conversation that helps our practitioner members understand what resources are available to support their districts, and our business partner members understand the needs of our school districts.Click Here for more information