The role of school leader has never been more challenging and the need for up-to-date relevant training has never been more important.
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Thank you for attending KASA 2022! If you need your EILA certificates they can still be downloaded by clicking learn more below. Look forward to KASA 2023, July 26-28.
KWEL's mission is to create and maintain a community of professional female educational leaders by promoting knowledge, competence, exemplary quality, equity and self-confidence through personal leadership growth, mentorship, and support in career advancement. The application process is open through October 1, 2022.
Return your 2022-23 membership dues renewal letter and submit payment either by check, credit card, purchase order, or payroll deduction, and you will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Visa gift card. To renew, simply log in, click on your name at the top of the page, then select "renew now" and follow instructions to submit payment.
Congratulations to all our 2022 leadership award winners. Rob Clayton, Superintendent of the Year; Danny Fugett, Fred Award; Jeremy Camron, Administrator of the Year; Rick Lasley, Distinguished Service Award; Representative Ed Massey, William Nallia Award; Representative Steve Riley, Friend of Education; Senator Stephen West, Representative James Allen Tipton and Representative Tina Bojanowski, Telescopic Vision Award; and Tom Sexton & Associates, Heart for Education Award.
This training meets the requirements of KRS 156.557 which calls for 12 hours of evaluation update training every two years (six hours every year). This event is designed only for those who have comple... Learn More
KDPP Annual Institute, September 21-23, 2022, Lexington KYLearn More
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