The Arizona School Boards Association is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization that promotes locally elected governance of public education and continuous improvement of student success by providing training, leadership and essential services to public school governing boards statewide.
ASBA member districts gain access to model school district policy that is continually updated to ensure that it complies with state and federal law and opinions issued by courts and legal officers.
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Engage with ASBA by discovering more membership opportunities on any of the following topics.
ASBA is dedicated to supporting the efforts of potential and future school board governing members. Find out what it takes to serve on a local school board in order to determine if the position is right for you.
ASBA offers numerous opportunities for businesses that wish to connect with ASBA members, show their support for public education in Arizona and participate in the programs and activities of ASBA. Click HERE for more information. It All Begins With A Conversation
The President’s Equity Challenge campaign was created and launched by the Arizona School Boards Association as the annual theme to kick off 2017.The intent of the campaign is to encourage individual school board members and school districts to take a look at students on a deeper level—to find out who they really are and how we can best serve them by identifying equitable gaps to better serve every child in every school districts across Arizona.
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ASBA offers a wide range of search services, from full searches for a new superintendent to advertising for an interim superintendent and other key district-level executives. It All Begins With A Conversation
ASBA provides individualized training and professional development opportunities throughout the year that enhance the work of Arizona governing boards and encourage continued learning and improvement.
ASBA can provide a general or specific review of Arizona’s Open Meeting Law. The workshop can be tailored to meet the district’s individual needs.
Serving as a new school board member can bring rewards to you, your community, and the district. The Arizona School Boards Association is here to help guide you as you fill this vital and challenging role.
Each year, ASBA conducts two different salary surveys.
The first is a survey of school district superintendent salaries and benefits. This survey also compares pay-for-performance incentives and other benefits as well.
The second is designed to study district compensation and benefits for certified and administrative personnel.