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ABOUT THE COUNCIL
Who We Are
The New York State Council of School Superintendents (The Council) is a professional and advocacy organization with over a century of service to school superintendents, and recently assistant superintendents, in New York State. The Council provides its more than 800 members with numerous professional development opportunities, publications and personal services, while advocating for public education and the superintendency.
To be the pre-eminent professional organization in New York State influencing the development of educational policy and asserting the leadership role of the superintendent.
The purpose of The Council shall be to provide leadership and membership services through a professional organization of school superintendents:
to promote the interest of education and children in New York State;
to influence local, state, and national policy affecting education;
to enhance the superintendency as a profession;
to uphold the integrity of the office;
to foster support and collegiality among its members;
to provide leadership and membership services through a professional organization of school superintendents.