September 19, 2023


Professional Learning
from AESA

Join your colleagues from around the nation at the next Business Strategy Framework workshop, sponsored by AESA and hosted by Willamette Education Service District.


The Business Strategy Framework is a powerful tool that will help your leaders assess new opportunities and evaluate existing services. The framework sets your team on the right path to discovering game-changing insights about the services they offer by focusing on three specific areas with questions designed to encourage deeper thinking.


The three key areas investigated include:

  • Customers - how to create value;
  • Competition - how to capture value;
  • Partners - how to deliver value.

The December session of the Business Strategy Framework is hosted by Willamette Education Service District in Salem, Oregon.  


Registration now open


October 12-13, 2023

hosted by Central Susquehanna IU in Milton, PA


Cohort begins September 27, 2023

The topic will be how AI tools like ChatGPT can enhance productivity and efficiency in their roles.  Visit the AESA website for more information. 

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Cybersecurity Strategies for K-12

Please join the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) for the 2023 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security on November 1-2, 2023. This two-day, virtual event will convene school safety experts, practitioners, and leaders from across the country to discuss current threats in school safety and explore research-informed strategies for addressing security challenges and risks in K-12 schools.


Registration is now open for the summit and attendance is free of charge. Sessions are planned for all members of the K-12 community and will include keynote remarks, master class presentations, and panel discussions on issues such as planning and resourcing for school safety, cybersecurity and online safety, school climate and whole student support, violence prevention and early intervention, recovery from emergency events, school safety grants, and student mental health.


The summit is designed to foster a nationwide dialogue on school safety, as well as equip school stakeholders and personnel with resources, training, and expertise to apply in their local school settings and communities.

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