ASBA seeks Board Support and Field Training Specialist
The Arizona School Boards Association seeks a Board Support and Field Training Specialist to contribute to ASBA’s mission of cultivating excellence in locally governed school districts and the association’s strategic goal of developing leaders who model highly-effective board service. The specialist will work in a cross-functional environment with other members of ASBA’s professional staff. Duties include providing locally-governed school district leadership teams with custom board trainings and other field services, including facilitation and strategic planning; serving as a primary point of contact for local school district governing boards and leadership teams requesting information about or assistance with governance and leadership issues; and participating in content development and program planning for ASBA workshops, conferences and events. Frequent in-state travel is required. Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue through July 6, 2017.
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New superintendent salary survey available
ASBA conducts an annual salary survey designed to study district compensation and benefits for certified and administrative personnel as well as superintendents that serve students across the state.
Each year, this information is designed to meet ASBA members’ need for important information to assist in determining comparable compensation for school employees across the state. The survey has been streamlined and re-focused to better capture salary environments outside of the traditional salary schedule of credits and seniority.
Click here to view the 2016.17 salary survey for superintendents.
HNAIC golfers swing the club for student scholarships!
View photos from this year’s 5th Annual Spring HNAIC golf tournament. ASBA’s Hispanic/Native American Indian Caucus is dedicated to promoting quality education for all students while focusing on the needs of Hispanic and Native-American Indian students. Proceeds from the annual golf tournament provide scholarships to deserving Hispanic and Native American Indian students for their post-secondary education which are awarded during ASBA’s annual conference in December.
Meet our #ASBARookies
ASBA continues to launch the #ASBARookie campaign! We are using Snapchat to engage with our new board members. Meet Annie Mortensen from Chino Valley Unified School District and Callie Tippett form Vail School District.
Save the Date Law Conference 2017 NEW LOCATION!
Save the Date Annual Conference 2017