Wyoming Association of School Administrators

Leadership Improving Education for Wyoming Students

The Wyoming Association of School Administrators is the primary organization for the school superintendents of Wyoming. With an annual membership of approximately 80 members, all public school superintendents as well as other school administrators belong to this organization. WASA is the pre-eminent professional group in Wyoming that affects the development of educational policy and the leadership role of the superintendent.

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Curriculum Leadership Institute Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Anyone who has met Dr. Stuart Ervay knows that his name is synonymous with forward-thinking school reform efforts that can benefit all stakeholders in educational entities. His efforts to improve education at both the K-12 and collegiate levels led him to great accomplishments in the field, including the founding of Curriculum Leadership Institute (CLI), which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Ervay spent the majority of his career as a professor at Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas. During his tenure there, he knew there was more he could do to improve education on a broader scale. In 1991, CLI made its debut as a nonprofit organization and began serving school districts, holding workshops, writing grants, and researching current trends in education. Today, the CLI Model is a comprehensive and systemic school reform model based on both field research and research findings from education gurus such as Benjamin Bloom, Ken O’Connor, and Rick Stiggins. The CLI remains headquartered in Emporia and currently serves 15 school districts in various states. To learn more, go to www.cliweb.org.
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