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|The TICAL Community, Admin 2.0 is a specific and active example of a robust social networking presence to build professional development resources with the community of School Leaders. Admin 2.0 is linked to the work of TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership). keywords: leadership, administrator, TICAL, social|
|The Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators (AAEA) was organized in 1976. The AAEA is an umbrella association with eight constituent educational administrator organizations.|
|Are you a school counselor looking for technology tools and resources to support your program? Or, perhaps you are the supervisor of counselors with these needs? The Arkansas School Counselor Association has created a consolidated website for school counseling needs. At the ArSCA web site counselors and counselor supervisors can find information on professional activities for counselors as well as resources for counseling programs. Links to valuable resources lead to varied topics from special needs students to financial aid programs for graduates. Included is a locator tool to find counselors in Arkansas schools and a link to the American School Counselor Association. The ArSCA website puts hundreds of valuable resources a click away for busy counselors.|
|The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is a prominent professional association committed to forging covenants in teaching and learning for the success of all learners. ASCD provides professional development, a major annual conference, a wide range of practitioner-oriented publications, and other services for educators.|
|The mission of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education. ACSA provides a wide range of professional development programs and works closely with TICAL to support administrators in their "digital leadership" role.|
|CTC is a permanent, independent commission created in 1970 to strengthen the effectiveness of teachers and teacher education in California.|
|Computer-Using Educators, Inc. is a non-profit California corporation founded in 1978. It's goal is to promote and develop instructional uses of technology in all disciplines and at all educational levels from preschool through college. If you live in California and can only attend one conference a year, you can't beat CUE's annual conference in Palm Springs.|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|We all recognize the need for innovation in education, but how do you create innovators to do the innovating? The ISTE Administrators Network chose Creating Innovators for its 2016 book study. The culmination was a Q & A with Tony Wager, the book’s author. Unfortunately, Tony lost his internet connection shortly after joining the discussion, but the participants continued to discuss their reactions to the book and the various thoughts it provoked.|
|Formed in 1993, the purpose of CUE's AdminSIG is to provide a network for school leaders who believe in the value of instructional technology to improve education. CUE members may choose to join this group and build a relationship with other "computer-using administrators."|