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America is on the cusp of an educational crisis, and Kentucky is suffering. Educators are cascading out of the profession at an alarming rate, and the pipeline of aspiring teachers is running dry. At current rates, public and private schools will be forced to increase class sizes, sacrifice educator quality, and eventually, catapult the profession, and our future, into a free fall. We cannot afford to "wait and see." Kentuckians need us to start the work now. KASA's Coalition to Sustain the Education Profession is the foundational step of that work.
KASA is accepting Education Session Proposals for the 2023 Annual Leadership Institute, set for July 26-28. This is the premier professional development event for Kentucky's public-school leaders, bringing together over 1,800 administrators and education leaders from across the commonwealth. By submitting a proposal, you are contributing to the professional development of Kentucky's education leaders. Submit proposals by February 28, 2023.
On February 9, KASA is hosting the Chief Academic Officer and Finance Officer Summits at the Louisville East Marriot. These summits will provide networking opportunities, as well as an opportunity to learn from a national keynote speaker.
KASA is hosting Legislative Drive-In Day at the Kentucky Capitol of February 8. The primary goal of Legislative Drive-In Day is for legislators to hear directly from their local school leaders on important education issues.
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Coat Drive. We could not have done it without our KASA family!
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