AASA, The School Superintendents Association, is the premier association for school system leaders and serves as the national voice for public education and district leadership on Capitol Hill.
A professional community of more than 10,000 educational leaders, AASA and its members are committed to providing high-quality public education to all students.
AASA (formerly the American Association of School Administrators) develops and supports school system leaders through the national exchange of ideas; access to professional learning, publications, and resources; and opportunities to champion initiatives to help transform the future of public education.
AASA Mission Statement
AASA, The School Superintendents Association advocates for equitable access for all students to the highest quality public education, and develops and supports school system leaders.
Adopted February 14, 2018
AASA Governing Board
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AASA is governed by an elected Governing Board, drawn from seven distinct U.S. geographic regions, and Executive Committee, elected by the Governing Board to represent each region.
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 Bylaws, Beliefs and Position Statements are the guiding documents that dictate AASA’s structure and reflect the organization’s philosophy and approach to major issues in education.
The Beliefs and Position Statements are developed through the Beliefs and Positions Subcommittee of the Executive Committee. Following review by the Executive Committee, these documents are voted on by the Governing Board.
The Position Statements are reviewed and updated on a rotating calendar.