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Advocate for Schools 1.21.22

Pause on Regular Session: Federal Funds a Priority

Here is our Advocate for Schools newsletter which includes this week's update on education legislation and policy. Click here for newsletter.
Advocate for Schools 1.14.22

Legislative 2022 Session Starts - Budget Forecast Strong

Here is our Advocate for Schools newsletter which includes this week's update on education legislation and policy. Click here for newsletter.
Education Leaders Share Plans to Address Math Proficiency, Teacher Shortages
SBOE November 2021 Meeting Recap
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SUPERINTENDENT OF MONTGOMERY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Board:Montgomery County Board of Education
Deadline:March 1, 2022

Salary: $195,000 to $235,000

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Posting Date: January 19, 2022

CSFO OF SATSUMA CITY SCHOOLS

Board:Satsuma City Board of Education
Deadline:January 31, 2022

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Posting Date: January 7, 2022

SUPERINTENDENT OF TUSCUMBIA CITY SCHOOLS

Board:Tuscumbia City Board of Education
Deadline:February 7, 2022

Salary: $113,000 to $130,000

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Posting Date: January 7, 2022

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Members

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

Advocacy is more than supporting a position; it's also about 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.

Training

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.

Services

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.

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