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  • Need Evaluator Credentials? 

    IASA has established a full schedule of virtual academies designed to help educators fulfill state requirements for evaluator initial training and retraining. Each academy is taught by an experienced and knowledgeable educator that will provide you with the tools and skills needed to become a stronger evaluator. Click Here to Learn more.


     

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  • Mindfulness Matters

    For the past seven months, superintendents have been tasked with not only serving as the CEO of their school district, but also with making health decisions that they simply are not trained to do. It's been challenging, chaotic, stressful and tested everyone's overall mental and emotional health.
     
    In order to make it through this marathon and continue to be the strongest leader possible, superintendents need to be mindful of their personal health and wellness. That's why IASA is launching "Mindfulness Matters!," a new four-part series that will be held virtually via Zoom. Click Here to learn more. 
     

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  • ISAL VI Now Accepting Applications

    The Illinois School for Advanced Leadership (ISAL) is a proven program that past participants have called “life changing.” Its mission is: "To provide IASA members the experiences that build exemplary leadership, knowledge and skill sets essential for ensuring successful student achievement at the local level." Click here to learn more


     
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  • Webinars with Women: Is the Superintendency for Me? 

    The Illinois Association of School Administrators and Illinois Principals Association are proud to partner on a new, five-part series designed to support female educators considering the superintendency.

    Participants will listen and learn from a panel of five distinguished female superintendents. In each session, the panelists will discuss their experiences and share advice on what it takes to land that first job and how to be successful in a leadership role. A facilitator will help lead the conversation, and time will be reserved for participants to ask questions.

    The sessions are free and will take place virtually via Zoom in an informal lunch setting. Click Here to learn more. 


     

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  • Women in Leadership: Leading, Learning and Living Administrators' Academy

    We have held two administrators' academies thus far for Women in Leadership which have received rave reviews. As a result of this success, we’re adding three additional academies in the spring. The next academy will be held December 8th, and you can register here.


     

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  • What's Race Got to Do With It? 

    Is your district actively addressing racial inequities? Is it addressing potential internal or personal bias? 

    In the wake of tragic national events that highlighted race relations in our country, IASA is proud to partner with Dr. Donna Leak and Dr. Sonya Whitaker on a new workshop series designed to help educators implement more culturally responsive practices in their districts. The first two workshops are free and will be held virtually via Zoom. The hope is to offer Part 3 at the IASA Annual Conference April 7-9 in Springfield. CLICK HERE to learn more and to register.


      

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  • Title IX Presentations

    New Title IX regulations took effect on August 14, 2020, which require school districts to change their grievance procedure for sexual harassment complaints that fall within Title IX. The regulations also require substantial training for school personnel involved in the procedure. 
     
    Join IASA and Kriha Boucek for a two-hour training that meets Title IX’s training requirements and prepares you for your responsibilities going forward. Click Here to register for one of the two free sessions.

       

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