June 23-27, 2024
IASA’s Aspiring Superintendent Academy is an immersive learning experience like no other in the state for educators considering the superintendency. Register today for this four-day academy (reception on June 23) to learn if becoming a superintendent is the right choice for you.
Participants engage in active learning experiences and gain insights from respected practitioners about how to be an effective leader and leverage the position to change the lives of students. The fast-paced program features numerous simulations, reflection time and the creation of meaningful artifacts that reflect the current expectations of the job of superintendent. Mock interviews with professional search firms also help prepare you to land that first job.
If you want a modern view of the superintendency beyond what is taught in graduate school, register today for IASA’s Aspiring Superintendent Academy!
Target Audience: Central office staff, directors, principals, assistant principal and deans.
Presented by: The academy is led by Dr. Michael Lubelfeld, superintendent of North Shore SD #112; Dr. Courtney Orzel, IASA Associate Director of Professional Development; Dr. Nick Polyak, Leyden Community High School District #212.
Click Here for Additional Registration Information and Admission Requirements
Why Else Should You Attend?
- Grow your professional learning network
- Gain immersive learning experience four days/nights
- Attend working/networking dinners
- Conduct mock interviews with professional search firms
- Earn Illinois Administrators’ Academy Credit
- Build relationships that will last your career and your lifetime