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Articles by Dan Domenech

Daniel A. Domenech, AASA Executive Director, serves as national spokesperson and advocate for public education, superintendents and other school system leaders. He also provides thought leadership in the education arena through public appearances, media interviews and published articles. Is the chief executive officer for the association and staff liaison to the AASA governance structure.

Ten tips for forging successful school-community partnerships

Ten tips for forging successful school-community partnerships

The American Association of School Administrators is a strong proponent for the education of the total child. What we mean by that is, we firmly believe that the schools…

Column: It’s time to blow up the current grade-level structure

Column: It’s time to blow up the current grade-level structure

I want to blow up K-12 education! Not the public school system, just the grade-level structure that has defined how our schools are organized since the 19th century. It served…

It’s time to blow up the current grade-level structure

It’s time to blow up the current grade-level structure

I want to blow up K-12 education! Not the public school system, just the grade level structure that has regulated how our schools are organized since the 19th century. It…

Senate bill on the use of restraint would tie school leaders’ hands

Senate bill on the use of restraint would tie school leaders’ hands

The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would prohibit the use of seclusion and restraint, the very practice that has enabled many students with serious emotional or behavioral conditions…

Senate bill on the use of restraint would tie school leaders’ hands

Senate bill on the use of restraint would tie school leaders’ hands

In the 1990s I was the superintendent for an intermediate school agency that provided the special-education services for its component school districts. …

These core beliefs are critical to the success of U.S. public schools

These core beliefs are critical to the success of U.S. public schools

AASA believes that public education is the cornerstone of democracy and a civil right. As such, we will aggressively defend against all actions that undermine public education, such as vouchers,…

What public school administrators want from policy makers

What public school administrators want from policy makers

We have little hope that the Elementary and Secondary Education Act will be reauthorized prior to the elections. And that’s a shame, because there is substantial agreement between the two…

Column: It’s time to strengthen the P-16 continuum

Column: It’s time to strengthen the P-16 continuum

If we are to realize President Obama’s goal of leading the world in the percentage of citizens who are college graduates, we will need to break down the barriers that…

U.S. education is still the best in the world—but here’s what we can learn from others

U.S. education is still the best in the world—but here’s what we can learn from others

Defending public education in America is a daunting task. The fact that we have to defend public education in the first place is puzzling. Here we sit as the most…

The key to doing more with less: Collaboration

The key to doing more with less: Collaboration

On Nov. 14, the American Association of School Administrators moved offices from our current location in Arlington, Va., to a building in nearby Alexandria now occupied by the National Association…

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