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November is World Quality Month, and one way ASQ is celebrating is by letting members invite a friend or colleague to enjoy a free ASQ membership.
With ASQ's Adding New Voices program, you can invite a friend or colleague who is new to ASQ to enjoy a six-month ASQ Full Membership.
Your friend will enjoy full access to ASQ's Knowledge Center, a subscription to Quality Progress, monthly member gifts, the ability to join a local section and special interest group, plus exclusive member pricing on all ASQ products. This membership will last until May 31, 2014, at no cost to you or your friend. Add a voice now.
Give the gift of membership by November 30, 2013.
Remember to notify your friend of this great offer that is being sent to them.
Section 1106 to sponsor Kingsport City Schools' assistant superintendent to the ASQ National Quality in Education Conference in November
Tennessee Section's offer of up to $1,000 for travel expenses to
2013 NQEC in Milwaukee has been accepted by Ms. Dory Creech, assistant
superintendent, Kingsport City Schools. Kingsport City
Schools has a
commitment to performance excellence in education. Dr. Lyle Ailshie,
Director of Kingsport City Schools, is a TNCPE judge, and the school
system has a central office position of manager of performance
excellence. Section 1106 members have provided assistance for Kingsport
City Schools in past years.
This sponsorship represents an investment in quality in education in the region. Last year the section sponsored Ms. Charlotte Britton, director of Hawkins County Schools, to NQEC in Indianapolis. Attendees always return from NQEC energized, with best practices and many valuable contacts.
ASQ Section 1106 supports continuous improvement in Hawkins County Schools
The following are email comments from Ms. Charlotte Britton, Director of Hawkins County Schools, to Hank Somers, Section 1106 Board, Quality in Education liaison chair. Hank had forwarded Ms. Britton the education best practices contained in a recent ASQ newsletter from Mr. Paul Borawski, ASQ CEO.
Good Afternoon, Hank,
Thanks for the article! Plan/Do/Study/Act has been working well for the Hawkins County folks!
We have some exciting news that will be released on Thursday for our school system. I am attributing the success to our focus on Continuous School Improvement. Again, I really wish to express my thanks to ASQ for the opportunity to attend the National Conference last year. I believe that was my reassurance that the road to success will be clearer if we continued to follow the Continuous School Improvement process. We are staying the course!
Section 1106 supported Quality in Education in Hawkins County Schools by sponsoring Ms. Britton to the ASQ's National Quality in Education conference in Indianapolis (November 2012). In past years Section 1106 members have assisted Cherokee High School with Quality in Education efforts and Hawkins County Schools with strategic planning. Congratulations to Hawkins County Schools for staying the course with the continuous improvement process!