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The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) and it's professional development foundation, the Leadership for Educational Achievement Foundation (LEAF, Inc.), in collaboration with Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES, will be sponsoring a full day workshop on May 18, 2020. The Pathways to the Superintendency workshop was designed to inspire educational leaders to prepare for and respond to the need of school districts throughout the state to hire new superintendents.... Details
When: May 18, 2020
Where: Yorktown Heights, NY
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The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) and it's professional development foundation, the Leadership for Educational Achievement Foundation (LEAF, Inc.), in collaboration with Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES, will be sponsoring a full day workshop on May 18, 2020. The Pathways to the Superintendency workshop was designed to inspire educational leaders to prepare for and respond to the need of school districts throughout the state to hire new superintendents.... Details
When: May 18, 2020
Where: Yorktown Heights, NY
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In education, the teacher workforce is made up of over 76% women, yet only 30% of superintendents in New York State are women. The goal of The Council's Women's Initiative is to support women leaders, identify women in education who have leadership potential and help those women to aspire to leadership roles. We encourage all our members (male and female) to support and cultivate the leadership potential of women in their organizations. Join us for an opportunity to support, promote... Details
When: March 31, 2020
Where: Spencerport, NY
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The Council and LEAF, Inc. invite you to participate in meaningful professional learning centered around current major educational issues with our high level strategic partners. There is no cost to participate, but cancellations received 14 days or less prior to the event will see a cancellation fee*. You are only responsible for hotel accommodations and travel, but space is limited to 40 school... Details
When: March 19–20, 2020
Where: Hauppauge, NY
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The Cabinet Institute will include a presentation from Harris Beach on legal hot topics pertinent to cabinet-level leaders as well as a continuation of the Fall Cabinet Institute's Work Smarter: Strategies to Manage Your Time, Energy and Attention with Dr. Michael Doughty, Executive Director for Statewide Projects, Capital Region BOCES (back by popular... Details
When: March 1, 2020
Where: Albany, NY
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This half-day session will highlight legal updates and hot topics presented by Kristine Lanchantin, Esq., Girvin & Ferlazzo PC and a discussion on Protecting Student Data with Dr. Patrick McGrath, Jr., Superintendent, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake CSD, including an overview of the major elements of Education Law 2-d and discuss implications for schools and school boards. Practical next steps for superintendents will be... Details
When: March 1, 2020
Where: Albany, NY
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During this half-day session prior to the opening of the 2020 Winter Institute & Lobby Day, meet with colleagues to discuss your district's culture and diversity and inclusivity. Join us on March 3 for a breakfast meeting with Commissioner of Education MaryEllen Elia to discuss critical issues for new superintendents. 

When: March 1–3, 2020
Where: Albany, NY
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Fostering Connections with Your School Community

When: March 1–3, 2020
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In this session, district leaders will experience student-directed learning first-hand through a simulation activity and learn ways they can design and implement student-directed structures back at their districts. We will also discuss the ways in which these practical approaches can shape social and emotional learning in students.

When: February 10–20, 2020
Where: Wilton, NY
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This event, in partnership with Capital Region BOCES, will feature discussions on state aid; special education fiscal planning, capital projects and long-range planning. This program will also provide an opportunity for attendees to meet colleagues from around the state and discuss critical financial leadership issues.

When: January 23, 2020