Superintendent certification in a region 10 cohort
Gain your superintendent certification in a cohort of your Region 10 ESC peers. Offered exclusively for ISD employees from Region 10 ESC, the A&M-Commerce Region 10 ESC Superintendent Certification program is a collaborative partnership that provides students with an excellent, relevant and personalized education.
Enhance Your Learning Experience
A&M-Commerce superintendent courses are designed and delivered by practitioners who have been superintendents and campus leaders. Our program is designed for the working practitioner while holding to the highest standards of scholarship and professionalism. All courses will be conducted in person in a professional learning community setting to allow for maximum learning and collegiality among candidates.
A&M-Commerce has secured professional networking opportunities through professional educational organizations including the Texas Association of School Administrators, Texas Association of School Boards, and superintendent search firms.
School Leadership Alliance Board Training
Take part in the School Leadership Alliance Board Training conference to interact with superintendents, board members and professionals. You will learn how superintendents plan, learn and mentor board members.
Engage in legislative advocacy activities during years when the state legislature is in session. You’ll create advocacy agendas, track specific bills and attend the TASA legislative conference. You may also participate in advocacy meetings with local legislators to discuss educational initiatives, and network with TASB officials, local superintendents and board members.
A&M-Commerce has secured three corporate sponsors who will contribute funds to offset tuition costs for students enrolled in the Region 10 ESC Superintendent Certification program. The tuition reduction will be awarded after students in the cohort successfully complete six hours in the Superintendent certification program and are enrolled in the fall courses. The tuition reduction award occurs in October of the fall semester.