Sign Up Now for the Fall Supervision and Evaluation Seminar Series! Class Begins September 26, 2014



The Supervision and Evaluation course is a 4-day seminar series for practicing administrators who desire to update their knowledge and skills in evaluation and for those without an administrative license who have been assigned by their district as an evaluator designee and/or wish to become certified as an evaluator using the Colorado State Model Evaluation System. The series focuses on the concepts, theory and best practices in effective supervision and evaluation, as well as the processes and tools of effective evaluation systems in the context of standards-based practices. Learn more on our website.

ICAP Enhancement Update

$5,000 grants now available for middle school

National organizations support efforts to slow down implementation

Colorado high court won't hear PERA lawsuit

Leadership Development Diversity Program Applications due September 15, 2014

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This leadership program was created by the CASE Diversity Council to help address the shortage of administrators of color in Colorado’s public education system. As the population of students of color continues to grow, especially in urban school districts, there is little opportunity for students to encounter positive leadership role models of similar culture, race and/or ethnicity. Through self-reflection, homework assignments and group exercises, this program will help participants consider the role of leadership in their professional life, assess their strengths and opportunities for growth and engage in a mentoring experience with leaders of their choosing. Learn more on our website.

February 4-6, 2015
CASE Winter Leadership Conference

July 27-31, 2015
46th Annual CASE Education Leadership Convention


Aspiring to the Principalship Registration Deadline October 22, 2014


As a participant in our long-standing and effective training course, “Aspiring to the Principalship,” individuals who hold administrative licenses or are working toward an administrative license, will be prepared to effectively apply and interview for leadership positions. The course will also give participants an opportunity to enter their job search with insight into current issues facing education leaders in Colorado, as well as a clear understanding of the personal and professional attributes they bring to the job search process and principal position.

This course is designed to meet the needs of aspiring administrators and will contain both online and in-person course elements. Learn more on our website.

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