Buffalo, New York – For the second consecutive year, PLS 3rd Learning is proud to announce that it will sponsor the annual Rural School Association of New York (RSA) Conference.
The 2017 conference, themed “From Cutting Costs to Cutting Edge,” will include selected exhibits, recognized speakers, topical workshops, as well as opportunities for school board members and administrators to collaborate and network.
Michael Horning, Jr., Executive Vice President of PLS 3rd Learning, will present two breakout sessions to attendees. “SuperEval: The Online Evaluations of Educational Leadership” will cover SuperEval, the premier online tool for evaluating school superintendents and other administrators in leadership. Bob Hartz, Director of Strategic Partnerships, will join Horning for the presentation of “Using a Standards-based System to Support Curriculum and Instruction,” which will highlight the features of PLS 3rd Learning’s teacher portal NYLearns.org.
“Our organization has a deep admiration for the mission and work of RSA,” says Horning. “We are pleased to continue our partnership as an advocate for a high-quality education for all students in our State regardless of their geographic location.”
The RSA Conference is being held July 9-11 in Cooperstown, NY at the Otesaga Hotel and Resort.
About PLS 3rd Learning
PLS 3rd Learning co-creates web-based projects and initiatives with partnering organizations to support teaching and learning. The custom technology projects, combined with unique professional learning opportunities, allow PLS 3rd Learning to support educators and leaders as well as to assist in advancing their continued professional growth. For more information, visit http://PLS3rdLearning.com
About the Rural Schools Association of New York State (RSA)
The Rural Schools Association is a statewide, member-driven organization dedicated to representing the interests of small and rural school districts in New York State. Approximately 300 school districts and BOCES units are currently enrolled as members of RSA. In addition to the financial support provided by RSA members, supplemental assistance is given by New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, in the form of office facilities, utilities, clerical assistance, and the use of equipment.