SchoolSims maintains a select network of strategic partners who share our goals: developing teachers, cultivating aspiring and current K-12 leaders, and improving student achievement. As part of the SchoolSims Partner Network, associations and foundations have access to our extensive library of simulations and advocate the use of simulations to their membership.

Penn Educational Leadership Simulation Progam

Penn GSE partners with schools, universities, and communities to expand educational access – especially for those underserved by society. Through rigorous research and innovative programs, we develop new knowledge, and transformational teachers and leaders in pursuit of educational opportunity.

The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators (CALSA)

The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators (CALSA) is a community of diverse educational leaders skilled in addressing the needs of Latino/a students and dedicated to increasing the number of highly effective Latino/a administrators.

New Jersey Association of School Administrators

We believe that NJASA Educational Leaders:

· have a vision for education and articulate that vision to the benefit of their students and communities;

· align the organization’s purpose and values with those of its members;

· make an essential difference in the lives of children and communities;

· are leadership development professionals who facilitate professional growth and empowerment of others;

· model and generate commitment to shared values;

· attract and energize followers;

· provide a clear sense of direction; and

· are action oriented


We envision an education system where all students have access to knowledgeable educators who believe in them. We envision a system where all educators work in schools with strong cultures that believe improved and inspired learning is attainable for all.

The Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration

The Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration is an incorporated, not for profit organization which establishes close and continuous communication and cooperation between educators, taxpayers and legislators to improve the effectiveness of professional school administrators and to communicate the needs of the schools. The Council is the umbrella organization for the following professional associations: the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), the Oklahoma Association of Secondary School Principals (OASSP), the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals (OAESP), the Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association (OMLEA), and the Oklahoma Directors of Special Services (ODSS). CCOSA’s mission is to promote quality administrative leadership for Oklahoma schools through professional development, legislation, and member services.

The North Carolina Principals & Assistant Principals Association

The North Carolina Principals & Assistant Principals Association believes in the imperative of quality public education for all children in North Carolina. We also believe that strong positive school leadership is the determining factor in the quality of that education. NCPAPA is dedicated to the implementation of these beliefs.</p?


K20Connect is a consortia of independent consultants focused on K-20 education. We offer a wide range of concierge consulting and networking services to provide the necessary tools and expertise to your district, university, or business. We partner with our clients from start to finish, focusing on their needs while constructing new ideas, developing effective strategies, and designing high quality and scalable solutions.

Arizona Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents

 AZALAS works to create and provide professional development and support programs for Hispanic educational leaders. AZALAS is committed to recruiting, preparing and promoting Hispanic School Leaders. AZALAS’s focus is on meeting the needs of Hispanic superintendents, school administrators, and aspiring school leaders. We are committed to providing you with pertinent professional development, quality communications, and unlimited opportunities for peer support and networking.


The New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA), a membership services organization, is dedicated to the promotion of educational excellence through the ongoing support of New Jersey’s school leaders via government advocacy, legal assistance, leadership programs, professional learning and retirement counseling.

NJPSA provides numerous professional services to nearly 6,700 premier active members, composed of principals, assistant principals, supervisors, directors and other school district leaders, as well as more than 2,100 aspiring, retired and organizational members. Through its professional learning division, the Foundation for Educational Administration (FEA), the association offers its members the most dynamic, informative, and necessary training opportunities on a multitude of timely and relevant topics.

Texas Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents

TALAS is the premier organization in advocacy for the growth and advancement of Latino learners and leaders in Texas.

In Texas, 53 percent of the school-age children are Latinos, and therefore, addressing the needs of this fastest growing community is vital to our state and national interest. To meet that end, the Texas Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents was created as a statewide association for the identification, recruitment, development and advancement of Latino school administrators in order to improve public education in general for all students with an emphasis on improving the educational and career opportunities of Latino youth.

The New Hampshire School Administrators Association

The New Hampshire School Administrators Association is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation dedicated to providing the best possible public education for the children of New Hampshire. The membership includes superintendents of schools, assistant superintendents, school business officials, special education directors, curriculum coordinators and other system administrators.The mission of NHSAA is to be a credible and compelling voice of education leadership in creating an exemplary and comprehensive education for all public school students and providing high quality services to its membership. NHSAA believes it is both an honor and a responsibility to reaffirm the worth and dignity of every child, to champion this cause, and to create an enlightened citizenry.