AASA is the national association most directly concerned with public education leadership. Its practicing superintendents and other school system leaders establish and oversee AASA's goals. AASA's governance structure engages the considerable talents of its diverse, dynamic membership. This structure assures that AASA is truly a national organization with an agenda that reflects the viewpoints of school administrators throughout the country.
AASA policy is set by its 135-member Governing Board, drawn from seven distinct U.S. geographic regions. The Governing Board meets twice each year. The 21-member Executive Committee, elected by the Governing Board to represent each region, meets quarterly and conducts the ongoing business of the organization between the two meetings of the Governing Board.
This section provides an overview of the composition of the Governing Board, current rosters of members and meeting summaries. Further detail is provided within the bylaws.
This section provides an overview of the compostion of the Executive Committee, including the current roster of members and meeting summaries. Further detail is provided within the bylaws.
This section provides information and materials for AASA elections, including the AASA Election Guidelines, Candidate Filing Packet (for President-elect), Executive Committee Nomination form and the AASA Election Complaint form. These materials are updated annually by the end of October. Learn more about AASA elections.
AASA Leadership Guide 2013-14 (PDF)
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