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The Conference Daily Online site provides a comprehensive look at the conference proceedings, including coverage of key speakers, award winners and AASA governance activities, plus photo and video galleries. AASA members will share their experiences in Nashville, Tenn., through a conference blog and Twitter feed (#NCE14). Read President’s and Executive Director’s Welcome Letters.

Nashville
A half-century tradition for closing out AASA’s national conference is a spirited performance by the Singing Superintendents. In Nashville, 14 members of the group delivered 20 minutes of country tunes and American folk classics at the 4th General Session in the Music City Center. The group is led by Tennessee native David Cox, superintendent in Allegany County, Md. Photos by Lifetouch School Portraits.

Coverage of Day 4: February 15, 2014

Kielburger Offers Inspirational Message About Compassion and Service

Gwinnett County Showcases Its Homegrown Principal Development

General Session 4 Recap: Graduate Scholars and a Musical Bent

Facing Voters, AASA President Candidates Tackle Sundry Questions

Doctoral Credit for Graduates of AASA’s National Superintendent Certification

VH1 Cites Former New Haven Superintendent for Music Support

AASA Awards Scholarships to Five Top Graduate Students

Singing Superintendents Entertain Crowd in Lively Tradition

Small Staff Delivers Big Time at AASA’s Conference Daily Online

AASA Graduate Scholars See Supportive Path to the Superintendency

Attendees Reflect on Varied Practical Assets in ’14 AASA Conference

For President Sichel, AASA’s Conference Schedule Demands Non-Stop Pace

Seen & Heard at the AASA Conference

Barton Goering, AASA Presidential Candidate, on Assisting Superintendents at the Local Level (clip by Lifetouch, 1:26)

David Schuler, AASA Presidential Candidate, on AASA’s Influence in Education (clip by Lifetouch, 1:21)

Rob Slaby, AASA Presidential Candidate, on Preserving Public Education (clip by Lifetouch, 1:18)

The Singing Superintendents Entertain at the AASA National Conference on Education (clip by Lifetouch, 2:41)

• Graduate Scholarship Winner Brian Brickel on His Path Towards School Administration (clip by Sinclaire Sparkman, 0:52)

• Graduate Scholarship Winner Karen Chaser on Winning the Connor Award (clip by Sinclaire Sparkman, 1:04)

• Graduate Scholarship Winner Benjamin Talbert on Aspiring the Superintendency (clip by Sinclaire Sparkman, 1:36)

• Superintendent Barbara Makoski, from Cape May County, N.J., discusses her experience at the 2014 AASA National Conference on Education. (clip by Jay Powell)

Julie Baumgart, a member of the board of directors of the American School Counselors Association in Alexandria, Va., discusses her positive experience at AASA’s 2014 National Conference on Education. (clip by Jay Powell)

• Superintendent Lonnie Myers, from Mountain Home, Ark., discusses some of the positive aspects of AASA’s 2014 National Conference on Education. (clip by Jay Powell)

• Superintendent Vic Wilson, from Hartselle, Ala., points to the “Digital Transformation” session as his favorite at the 2014 AASA National Conference on Education. (clip by Jay Powell)

• School system leaders offer their perspectives on AASA’s 2014 National Conference on Education. (clip by James Minichello)

• One of AASA’s tweeting superintendents, Jeanne Collins from the Burlington School District in Burlington, Vt., participated in the Superintendent’s Social Media Lounge on Saturday at the National Conference on Education. She relays advice to superintendents who are new to Twitter and unsure of how to navigate the social media world. (clip by Francesca Duffy)

• Access presenters’ PowerPoint presentations provided to AASA in advance of the national conference.