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Spring Conference Session Notes & Evaluations

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MESPA News

  • Spring Conference Program Available

    See the complete Spring Conference 2017 Program,  “Leading Innovation and Change”  See you March 22-24 at Devens Common Center!  Read more →

  • Elementary Principals’ Science Network Announced

    Elementary principals interested in improving student access to high quality science instruction in the early grades, especially those with a background in science, are encouraged to join a new Elementary Principals’ Science Network. The network is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and MESPA.   Click on the link forRead more →

  • Spring Conference Concurrent Sessions Announced

    Twenty-one sessions to choose from! Click here for: Concurrent Session Titles & PresentersRead more →

  • Spring Conference Registration Is Open!

    Registration Is Open! Go to: Spring Conference Flyer & Registration. MESPA Spring Conference Leading for Innovation and Change March 22-24, 2017 Devens Common Center Our Keynote Speakers           Kelly Pollitt, NAESP Chief Strategist, Policy and Alliances Todd Nesloney, Co-Author of “Kids Deserve It” Rob Evans, Author of “The Human Side of Change” This year’s SpringRead more →

  • Read about MALeads EdCamp ! (Held February 4)

    Read this blog describing the first MALeads EdCamp held on Saturday, February 4. My First EdCamp Rocked My WorldRead more →

  • Spring Conference Speakers Announced

    MESPA Spring Conference New Time of Year: March 22-24 New Location: Devens Common Center           Kelly Pollitt, NAESP Chief Strategist, Policy and Alliances Todd Nesloney, Co-Author of “Kids Deserve It” Rob Evans, Author of “The Human Side of Change” This year’s Spring Conference will include different perspectives on leading innovation and change.  Kelly Pollitt willRead more →

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