Florida Association for District School Superintendents

  • 2015 Legislative Platform

    Superintendents want Florida to lead the nation in K-12 education. We need legislation that will give us the financial resources and also remove the restrictive obstacles that hinder progress towards that end.

  • Email Pitfalls Course Added to FADSS' Online Risk Management Training Program

    Florida’s public sector has learned that the convenience of new technology communication can come with a cost. While a misspoken word might be denied or forgotten, an imprudent email is permanently recorded, often costing individuals their livelihood, their employers $millions, and both their reputations. FADSS now offers an online course to train staff to steer clear of this dangerous trend.

  • FADSS Online Risk Management Training Course Tackles Public Records Lawsuits

    Complying with Florida’s stringent public records law is a requirement that all district and school staff must take seriously to avoid fines, criminal charges and significant legal costs. FADSS now offers an online course that will prepare all staff to respond quickly and appropriately to any public records request.

  • Florida Education Investment Trust Fund

    The Florida Association of District School Superintendents and the Florida School Boards Association have created the Florida Education Investment Trust Fund (FEITF). Read more

Empowering Effective Teachers
Read more about our Empowering Effective Teaching program.
Common Core for District Staff
Learn more about
The Florida Standards
 for District Leaders


  • FADSS Fall Leadership Conference
    Date: September 23 - 25, 2015
    Location: Renaissance Tampa International Plaza

Florida Superintendents Support Accountability  

FADSS 2015 Platinum Business Partners  

Food for Thought....  

Local projects sneak through budget process
Tallahassee Democrat 6/22/15

Tax Package Heading to Scott's Desk
Tallahassee Democrat, 6/15/15

.....Tallahassee Democrat Sen. Bill Montford reiterated his call to more closely tie the state's fiscal needs to tax cuts next session."I think we need to focus one more time… on exactly what our state's needs are," he said. "Whether it be state employees and benefit packages, whether it be help for our fiscally restrained counties."

35 School Districts Recognized as Florida Healthy School Districts

Florida's testing failures: let us count the ways
Tampa Bay Times, 5/20/15

Gov. Scott wants tax cuts, school-funding increase in special session
Palm Beach Post, 5/20/15

.....But Chartrand also indicated that schools should come before Scott’s other signature proposal.“There’s also tax cuts that have been proposed, and I would hope that we would fund education first before we moved in any other direction,” he said.

Alberto Carvalho: Reinventing Opportunities
AASA 2014 National Superintendent of the Year

Platinum Partners

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