The American Association of School Administrators, founded in 1865, is the professional organization for more than 13,000 educational leaders across the United States. AASA members range from chief executive officers, superintendents and senior level school administrators to cabinet members, professors and aspiring school system leaders.
Texas State University-San Marcos is hosting the 2010 Education and Community Leadership Conference, previously known as the Assistant Principals and Aspiring School Leaders Conference.
Conducted at the beautiful LBJ Student Center on the Texas State University campus, this one-day conference provides practicing and aspiring school and community leaders an opportunity for nurturing, professional growth, and networking.
The information network on education in Europe, Eurydice has since 1980 been one of the strategic mechanisms established by the European Commission and Member States to boost cooperation, by improving understanding of systems and policies. Eurydice was also an integral part of Socrates, the Community action programme in education from 1995 to 2006.
Discovering the wonderful and fascinating world of modern technology can be very exciting and exhilarating, causing even the most professional people amongst us to feel and act a little “giddy” sometimes. In his book, Get Organized!: Time Management for School Leaders, author Frank Buck (2008) is armed with a wealth of experience and knowledge about school leadership.
The Journal of Educational Administration seeks to meet the needs of principals, superintendents and directors of education interested in the practice and theory of educational administration. To ensure academic integrity, each paper submitted is subject to a triple-blind review process. In some cirumstances this process may vary.
The International Journal of Educational Management provides those interested in the effective management of the educational process with a broad overview of developments and best practice in the field, with particular reference to how new ideas can be applied worldwide.
Economists concerned with human resources and local government finance, specialists in education finance and educational administrators need to be aware of the latest research in the economics of education. Economics of Education Review encourages the development of sound theoretical, empirical and policy research, demonstrating the role of economic analysis in the solution or improved understanding of educational problems and issues.