Leadership, persistence, and the importance of civics education were the prevailing themes as thousands of superintendents and other top-level school administrators convened in New Orleans March 1-4 for the American Association of School Administrators' National Conference on Education.

The event, which celebrated its 139th year, aims to establish a "community of learning," where the nation's school district executives meet to network, share best practices in leadership, explore the latest in school technology solutions, and discuss the best ways to drive change throughout their institutions. Toward that end, several speakers addressed this year's attendees--none more prominent than former Supreme Court


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