Future Annual Conferences

  • 2020 Fall Conference: September 16-18, 2020, Traverse City
  • 2021 Midwinter Conference: January 20-22, 2021, Kalamazoo
  • 2021 Fall Conference: September 22-24, 2021, Traverse City
  • 2022 Midwinter Conference: January 19-21, 2022, Grand Rapids
  • 2022 Fall Conference: September 21-23, 2022, Traverse City
  • 2023 Fall Conference: September 20-22, 2023, Traverse City

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This month March 2020April 2020

MASA Member Benefit Webinar: GotZoom

MASA members can take advantage of one of our newest member benefits, GotZoom. This company specializes in helping student loan holders secure government subsidies that reduce their monthly payments by an average of 65% as well as navigate the complexities of securing student loan forgiveness. In an ongoing effort to educate our members regarding the

MASEL 56th Annual Luncheon

The 56th Annual Michigan Association of Senior Educational Leaders (MASEL) Luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 20, 2020 from 11 am – 2 pm at Peridia Golf & Country Club (Bradenton, FL). Here, you can connect with retired Michigan Superintendents and hear from this year’s guest speaker, Chris Wigent, Executive Director at the Michigan Association of Superintendents and Administrators (MASA).

African American Student Initiative, Phase 1, Cohort 4 – Battle Creek

The Michigan Department of Education launched Cohort 4 of Phase 1 of The African American Student Initiative (TAASI): A Journey of Cultural Proficiency and Personal Transformation. Schools are invited to participate in this 6-session professional learning opportunity that works to close the achievement gap for systemically marginalized groups in Michigan. Learn more. Topics Include: Overview

African-American Leadership Fellows Academy (AALFA)

Invest in your professional development with the African-American Leadership Fellows Academy, created by MASA and MASSP. MASA and MASSP recognize the need to increase diversity in building- and district-level leadership positions in Michigan. We strive to ensure that African-Americans who aspire to lead have the preparation to succeed. This fellows program is ideal for current

African American Student Initiative, Phase 1, Cohort 4 – East Lansing

The Michigan Department of Education launched Cohort 4 of Phase 1 of The African American Student Initiative (TAASI): A Journey of Cultural Proficiency and Personal Transformation. Schools are invited to participate in this 6-session professional learning opportunity that works to close the achievement gap for systemically marginalized groups in Michigan. Learn more. Topics Include: Overview

MDE Student Growth Workshop

Districts often have more questions than answers when it comes to accurately measuring student growth and appropriately attributing that growth to educators. This one-day workshop is intended for school and district administrators interested in adopting student growth practices that are compliant with legislative requirements described within MCL 380.1249 and MCL 380.1249b. You will be provided with

African American Student Initiative, Phase 1, Cohort 4 – Livonia

The Michigan Department of Education launched Cohort 4 of Phase 1 of The African American Student Initiative (TAASI): A Journey of Cultural Proficiency and Personal Transformation. Schools are invited to participate in this 6-session professional learning opportunity that works to close the achievement gap for systemically marginalized groups in Michigan. Learn more. Topics Include: Overview