The primary goal of the AAFEPA is to support school and division administrators in the implementation of federal education programs that effectively supplement local and state education programs to close the achievement gap between children who are advantaged and children who are economically disadvantaged, children from major racial/ethnic groups, children with disabilities, children classified as limited English proficient, and other subgroups such as migratory and homeless students.
Alabama Council of Administrators in Special Education (ALA-CASE) serves the members of CASE who live and work in Alabama. Our goal is to "promote educational services and programs for all of Alabama's children with special education needs that will enable them to lead productive and independent lives." We strive to provide leadership and support to members by providing input into the policies and practices in Alabama which impact the quality of education and by providing support to the professionals who serve the students of Alabama.
AETA is an organization comprised of professionals who work primarily in K-12 educational technology in Alabama public school systems. The purpose of the Association is to promote the positive impact of technology in education. To accomplish this purpose, our members seek to share information and educate policymakers.
The Arkansas Association of Alternative Educators is an organization whose membership is made up of teachers and administrators responsible for providing effective education programs in alternative environments through out the state.
AAEA is a united alliance of diverse school leaders and an effective force for the highest quality public education for all children. Our mission is to insure high standards of leadership by providing quality professional development, influencing education legislation and policy, stimulating and fostering support and building successful coalitions.
The Arkansas Association of Federal Coordinators (AAFC) is a professional education association open to persons engaged in any phase of administration of federal programs. AAFC affiliated with the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators in 2007. See links at the left for additional information on this organization.
The mission of ACSA is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education.
CLRN provides educators with a "one-stop" resource for critical information needed for the selection of supplemental electronic learning resources aligned to the State Board of Education academic content standards.
The mission of the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools is to coordinate and facilitate the resources of all members for the advancement of public education. Consistently, CLAS members choose child advocacy and quality professional development as the two most important functions of the umbrella organization.
EMCED serves the east Mississippi area and helps provide the resources educators need for improving student achievement.
FADSS is the only statewide professional association exclusively dedicated to serving the unique needs of Florida’s 67 school superintendents.
GAEL is the professional membership organization that provides unity of school leadership groups in Georgia. Members are elementary, middle and high school principals, curriculum and instructional leaders, and superintendents. GAEL provides a variety of support services to its membership, including professional learning opportunities and advocacy for public education.
G-CASE serves the members of CASE who live and work in Georgia! Our major goal is to improve services to children with special needs. We strive to provide leadership and support to members by providing input into the policies and practices in Georgia which impact the quality of education and by providing support to the professionals who serve the students of Georgia.
The mission of the Georgia School Boards Association is to ensure excellence in the governance of local school systems by providing leadership, advocacy and services, and by representing the collective resolve of Georgia’s 180 elected boards of education.
School Superintendents Association is to be the chief advocate for Georgia's public school children.
The GCEIC provides management, leadership, collaboration, professional development and technology advancement to the 22 school districts along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi.
LASAFAP was created to promote the cause of education through federally assisted programs, secure those conditions conducive to the highest efficiency in the operation of federally assisted programs, and promote the welfare and protect the rights of personnel engaged in the conduct of federally assisted programs.
Louisiana Association of School Executives/Louisiana Association of School Superintendents (LASE/LASS)
LASE/LASS is a professional organization that strives to promote strong leadership in Louisiana schools. It is comprised of school administrators - superintendents, principals, assistant principals, other school supervisory personnel and central office personnel. We are excited to have partnered with Curriculum Advantage and are most pleased with the work they do with the schools in our state.
The Louisiana Association of School Executives (LASE) is proud to be celebrating its 3rd decade of existence. A professional organization striving to promote strong leadership in Louisiana schools.
The purpose of the Association shall be to provide leadership in educational affairs and to coordinate the resources of all representative groups in matters affecting education in Mississippi.
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving the educational success of individuals with disabilities and/or gifts and talents. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides professional development, advocates for individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.
The purpose of MECA shall be to provide for the sharing and exchanging of ideas, techniques, materials, and procedures for all persons interested in computers in education including instructional applications, administrative applications, and computer science education.
Today's PCs are so powerful that the vast majority of applications only use a small fraction of the computer's capacity. NComputing's virtualization software and hardware tap this unused capacity so that it can be simultaneously shared by multiple users. Most schools end up with four times as much access—with no increase in budget. It’s little wonder that over 4,000 schools have already discovered the benefits of NComputing’s virtual desktops. Classworks is now compatible with NComputing's X and L series devices.
The North Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development is the state's most visible association in promoting quality curriculum and instruction. This is accomplished by timely conferences on critical issues, fall and spring seminars in each of the eight regions, publications, occasional papers and policy briefs on current concerns in education, collaborating with other groups whose aim is improved instructional practices and promoting legislative action on items that enhance the quality of teaching and learning in North Carolina.
Changing the course of learning.
The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) was established in 1976 with the mission of ensuring quality learning experiences for all students through visionary and effective leadership. NCASA is an umbrella organization under which North Carolina school administrator groups are unified. NCASA provides to all these groups broad based membership services, professional development, financial services, communication, legal counsel and lobbying services.
SSA is dedicated to the success of children and effective leadership. Through SSA superintendents and school system leaders help policymakers make better funding and policy decisions in order to serve every child with an adequate education in this decade.
SC ASCD is the South Carolina affiliate of international ASCD, which has 68 affiliates in the 50 states and several foreign nations. Like its parent organization, SC ASCD is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with a primary mission of improving the teaching and learning of all students. SC ASCD accomplishes its mission by influencing educational research, policy, and practice in curriculum and instruction.
SCASA Objectives are to be recognized as the leading force for education in South Carolina, and push the state to exceed all national and international educational standards.
SCATA was founded 40 years ago with the purpose of providing opportunities for professionals to communicate, promoting the exchange of ideas on activities and programs within various districts and facilitating program improvements. SCATA also encourages priority students from various South Carolina high schools to further their post high school education.
In 2002, TICAL Arkansas was launched. Under the auspices of the Arkansas Department of Education, a cadre of administrators from that state contributes new resources to our collection and provides orientation and training sessions throughout the state. The culmination of TICAL Arkansas is the Technology Information Conference For Administrative Leadership (TICAL Conference), held annually in Little Rock every year.
TOSS is the leading advocate organization for public education in the State of Tennessee. TOSS was developed in 1975 and continues its mission today to address the needs of public education in Tennessee and the needs of its administrators.
The Tennessee legislature in 1953 officially recognized TSBA as “the organization and representative agency of the members of schools boards of Tennessee” and authorized TSBA to provide services through membership dues paid by school boards. All of our programs, meetings and services are designed to help school boards and their members to better serve the children in their school system.
The mission of TASA is to promote, provide, and develop leadership that champions educational excellence. TASA provides support for school leaders through fostering programs and activities that focus on leadership development, supporting and promoting research-based decision making, and cultivating positive school climates in which quality education can thrive, among other efforts.
The Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education, Inc. (TCASE) is a professional society comprised of nearly 1,200 members who administer and support special education programs throughout the state of Texas.
Texas Association of Suburban/Mid-Urban Schools (TAS/MUS)
TAS/MUS is a professional association of public school superintendents who lead some of the state’s premier districts. TAS/MUS nurtures corporate relationships in order to promote the mission of creating the best possible instructional environments for students in our districts.