The Crawford County Board of Education, a school system in Middle Georgia, is seeking a new superintendent. The system enrollment is 1800 (PK-12). Middle Georgia Regional Education Service Agency (MGRESA) […]
GSSA is calling for your consideration in providing nominations for the 2023 Superintendent of the Year. Each year Georgia is quite fortunate to have so many innovative, professional, and studious […]
Dr. Aaron Geter (Wilkinson County) takes over as the GSSA President from outgoing president Dr. Rob Brown (Lumpkin County). Dr. Geter will serve as the GSSA President until July of […]
This week takes us to the thirty-fifth day of the 2022 session. We have seen some significant movement on some big issues. HB 911 which is the FY23 budget passed […]
GSSA Announces 2022 Superintendent of the Year for the state of Georgia and now will represent Georgia at the national level competition. Dr. Noris Price superintendent of the Baldwin County […]
We are excited to announce that our friends from Mercer University are seeking to fill a faculty position in the P-12 Educational Leadership Program, to begin August 2022. The position […]
Dr. Robert Brown (Lumpkin County) takes over as the GSSA President from outgoing president Dr. Bronwyn Ragan-Martin (Early County). Dr. Brown will serve as the GSSA President until July of […]
The Georgia School Superintendents Association is excited to introduce an array of expanded services and support structures for new superintendents called the Superintendent Induction Program (SIP). In the first year, […]
In the links below you will find the presentations for some of our great speakers at the 2021 Spring Bootstrap Conference. Please let us know if you have any questions […]
One of the most challenging roles in our current education system is that of local school superintendent. The Superintendent Professional Development Program (SPDP) prepares aspiring superintendents for bold, versatile and visionary leadership. A two-year program of study, SPDP emphasizes executive skills and knowledge a successful superintendent must possess in order to lead a district. Learning experiences are designed to foster competency in strategic leadership, school governance, community relations, and organizational leadership.
Georgia educators with three or more years’ experience as a school or system leader are encouraged to apply for the Superintendent Professional Development Program. A committee selected by GSSA will oversee the selection of twenty-five participants.