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Welcome to AWSA's bi-weekly newsletter! Below you will find our most recent edition of the AWSA Update Bulletin. Located on the side you will find current and past articles, current events and sponsor information. 

May 18th Edition

AWSA Update

Are You Retiring?

If you are retiring this year, please let us know by sending an email to [email protected]. We’d like to include you in our recognition announcement and also share with you information about retired membership with AWSA.


New Reports on WI Educator Workforce

As schools look ahead to filling staff positions for the 2022-23 school year amidst widespread concerns around educator shortages, the need for timely and high-quality data which helps inform efforts to both diversify and increase the “pipeline” into the educator workforce is more important than ever.  This article outlines an initial set of research briefs related to the educator workforce in Wisconsin.  Read More.

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Online Learning: A Case for Continuous Improvement (4th Article in Four-Part Series)

The three previous articles in this series focused on strategies for planning and implementation related to providing online learning options for learners.  The final installment in this series will address the idea of continuous improvement and summarize a mini-playbook, which contains a practical guide to help practitioners ask reflective questions about how their efforts can be continuously improved.  Read More.


Next Steps for Cybersecurity for the Summer 

It is important to revisit school and district policies annually, as cybersecurity threats are real and costly. Earlier this year, NPR reported a cyberattack on Albuquerque Public Schools compromising its student information database and locking teachers out of attendance, emergency contact information, and who is approved to pick up students after school. The superintendent was forced to cancel two days of classes for around 75,000 students.  Read More.


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