With a focus on harnessing the power of leadership to improve the quality of public education, school administrators from across the nation converged on the San Diego Convention Center Feb. 23-26 for the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) 2006 National Conference on Education.

In an era when federal education spending threatens to dip for the first time in more than a decade and school leaders increasingly find themselves under fire for the academic deficiencies of their students, AASA President David Gee called on administrators to stand firm in their commitment to public education and work together to "build

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