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The Florida Assistant Principals Leadership Conference is presented by the Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). This Conference will deliver great content directly related to the Florida Principal Leadership Standards and specifically focused on the areas APs said they need more training - Developing Others, Organizational Ability, Results Orientation and Sensitivity. See the alignment of the standards and the skills.

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“Teachers need to lead students to independence, make them do the work of learning, orderliness, tidiness, civility, cooperation and academic achievement.”

—Conney Dahn, Florida Teacher of the Year, 2007

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