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TLC: What Works 2019 has ended
Welcome to the Statewide Teacher Leadership and Compensation Conference.
  • Sign up for Three Breakout Sessions: We will have three rounds of sessions that focus on the four components in A Systematic Approach to Elevating Teacher Leadership. Choose the three components that you and/or your team want to focus on: purpose, roles and responsibilities; culture and structures; cultivating dispositions, or assessing impact. Sign up for the order in which you want to work on them. Note that while they are numbered in the paper, they are not chronological and do not need to be done in order. You may want to divide and conquer so that among your team members you attend all four. In order to accommodate the large number of educators, we are limiting each workshop capacity to 100 participants so you may not be able to sign up for the exact workshops or order you want.

  • Administrator Participation: At the same time as the component workshops, there will be workshops designed specifically for administrators. However, we recommend first that administrators attend workshops with their teams. Administrators may choose to attend workshops that meet their individual needs throughout the day.

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Lisa Bartusek

IASB
Executive Director
Des Moines, IA
Lisa Bartusek began her service as Executive Director of the Iowa Association of School Boards in July 2014. Lisa has spent her entire career as an advocate for public education, including more than 25 years of service to publicly elected school boards at the state and national levels.

As IASB’s chief executive officer, Lisa is responsible for providing leadership in developing and maintaining programs and services that support school board effectiveness and advocacy for Iowa’s more than 2,100 elected school board members in 327 school districts, nine area education agencies and 15 community colleges.

Lisa came to IASB after 4 ½ years on the senior management team of the National School Boards Association, in Alexandria, Virginia. At NSBA, Lisa led a department charged with developing research, leadership development and other services for state association executive directors, governing boards and staff; directing national efforts to support school board effectiveness, such as the Key Work of School Boards and the educational program at the NSBA Annual Conference. She also oversaw NSBA’s urban governance initiative, the Council of Urban Boards of Education.

Prior to assuming her position at NSBA, Bartusek was Associate Executive Director for Board Leadership at the Iowa Association of School Boards (IASB). In that role, she was responsible for managing professional development programs for board members and superintendents, including annual convention, board training and distance learning. During her 17-year tenure at the Iowa association, she also led the association’s communications efforts for many years.

Before joining the Iowa association staff, Bartusek worked for nine years in communications and public information for the Iowa Department of Education.

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