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.
► At the Capitol - Updates (April 24, 2017)
► MASA Board of Directors Election Results
We are pleased to announce the results of the 2017-18 MASA Board of Directors elections. Thank you to all of our nominees for your willingness to serve on the MASA Board!
► AASA Governing Board Election Results
| ► New videos in the ExpertEase Video Library!|
New titles include videos on passing referenda, community education, teen sleep research, social media, and the intriguing subject of “The Subversive Educator’s Guide to Creativity” Click here for more information.
► It’s Hiring Season!
Did you know that MASA Jobsite subscribers can search for candidates?
Here is sample of our current candidates—log in and view the profiles of:
|► 2017 Superintendent Vacancies- click here to view postings|
►Save the Date!
MASA Fall Conference 2017
October 1-3 • Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC)
What is your “leadership story?” Whatever leadership path you have followed, it has not been the same experience as that of your friends and colleagues. Just as we no longer understand our students’ learning environments as classrooms with rows of desks facing a lecturing teacher, we no longer understand professional learning as one size fits all workshop and conference sessions. Our professional learning resources have grown through the use of technology and expanded networks to present a myriad of philosophies and approaches, providing an improved learning system to meet the diverse needs of our leaders. Perhaps one of the most critical aspects of personalized leadership learning is that we must build the infrastructure ourselves, based on our own needs and vision, and implementing the collegial resources among the members of our learning networks. If we want to build a system that meets the individual needs of our students, we must address the individual learning needs of the adults who serve them. Join your colleagues—members of your own professional learning network—this fall and explore how each of us can personalize our leadership learning!
| ► Reconnect with the MASA/MASE Conference Exhibitors!|