Assistant Principals Conference
IASP’s annual Assistant Principals Conference provides an excellent opportunity for our assistant principals to hear from distinguished national speakers, network with colleagues, and hear updates on key educational issues through over 30 concurrent sessions.
Proposal to Present
IASP invites you to submit a proposal for presentation at the Assistant Principals Conference in Indianapolis Indiana. Take advantage of this opportunity to tell your colleagues what is working in your school and to share your expertise, network, and enhance your professional growth.
By featuring you and your peers as presenters in small group presentations, IASP provides a forum for information exchange, grade-level programs, problem solving, and networking on a statewide level. Proposals are due by July 31, 2019.
We appreciate those companies wishing to exhibit at our Assistant Principals Conference and look forward to working with you. Registration for the 2019 Assistant Principals Conference Exhibit Hall is now open.
Assistant Principals Conference News
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Congratulations to the District Assistant Principals of the Year! The Indiana Association of School Principals annually recognizes outstanding school leaders in each of the 12 Indiana districts who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students. These principals are acknowledged by their peers for the exemplary contributions they have made to the profession.
What season is it? For me, and I would guess for many of you, it has been the season of GOAL SETTING. Looking at past data, assessing baseline levels, and establishing yearly goals have consumed much of our leadership team’s work to kick-off the year. The challenge is always to set the expectations high, but with reasonable and attainable goals.