Posted Date: 01/31/2017
Brett White, Andover USD 385 assistant superintendent, recently completed participation in the Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2016-2017, sponsored by the Kansas Association of School Boards. White was one of 33 board of education members and school superintendents/administrators recognized in Topeka Jan. 11, 2017.
KASB’s Leadership for Tomorrow program identifies exemplary board of education members, school superintendents and administrators from across Kansas for the year-long leadership program. Those selected for the program participate in five two-day sessions centering on student achievement, key education issues and leadership skills. The sessions included the following:
The 2016-2017 Leadership for Tomorrow class is the twelfth class to graduate from the KASB program. One hundred and ninety-seven board members and administrators have completed the program.
KASB, headquartered in Topeka, Kansas, serves governing boards and administrators of unified school district boards, community college boards of trustees, area vocational-technical college boards and boards of cooperatives, interlocals and regional service centers. Currently the association represents 285 school districts and 42 interlocals, cooperatives, service centers, community colleges and technical colleges.