American Education Week (Nov. 16-20) is an opportunity to celebrate public education. AASB will observe the occasion on Nov. 17 at a ground-breaking ceremony in downtown Montgomery, where it will relocate its headquarters. Visit this website for a toolkit. (http://www.nea.org/grants/19823.htm)..
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Linden City Board of Education
Superintendent of Linden City Schools
Eufaula Board of Education
Superintendent of Eufaula City Schools
Osceola County School District
Superintendent of Osceola County Schools
Coffee County Board of Education
Superintendent of Coffee County Schools
Montgomery Div. of Teaching and Learning
Director of the Office of Student Learning
AASB’s mission is to develop excellent school board leaders through quality training, advocacy, and services. AASB’s more than 900 members of boards of education represent 138 local boards of education and other governing boards. AASB offers various levels and types of membership.
Advocacy goes beyond supporting a position. What is far more important is speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves. Alabama's school boards are expected to use their voice to translate for state policymakers the diverse needs and challenges of public education in their communities.
Providing school board leaders quality training is a key tenet of the Alabama Association of School Boards' mission statement. AASB offers coursework throughout the year in face-to-face sessions and 24 hours a day through the School Board U leadership development portal.
By pooling resources through its membership, the Alabama Association of School Boards provides services which one school board could not economically provide alone. Our services range from publications and strategic planning to policy analysis, risk management and evaluations.