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ASBA provides district leaders with leadership strategies and promising practices for closing the opportunity and achievement gaps for all students regardless of family income, zip code, race/ethnicity, cultural background, learning disability, gender and other personal factors that impact the one million students attending our public schools.

It is imperative that campaigning and advocacy efforts of ballot measures by school board members and public school employees stay within the bounds of the law.

Arizona Revised Statutes section 15‐511 (A.R.S. §15‐511) prohibits school districts from using school resources to influence the outcome of an election. Click here to view and print out the Campaigning and Advocacy Do’s and Don’ts PDF.

Additional Information

Request On-Site Training
Learn more about training opportunities for ASBA member boards by emailing Julie Bacon, Leadership Development Consultant at or calling 602.254.1100.

ASBA’s Job Search Website
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Be Training Prepared
Your district must be an active or associate member to request a training. Please visit our ASBA Membership page for more information.