The mission of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards is to provide visionary leadership to Wisconsin school boards and to support, through quality services, their pursuit of educational excellence for each student.
A nonprofit, membership organization, the WASB strives to fulfill its mission by offering school board members leadership training along with information and services to school districts in a variety of areas. These include school law, education policy, legislative activity and employee relations. The membership comprises all 426 school districts and 12 Cooperative Education agencies, which are led by more than 2,800 school board members. The decisions made by these educational leaders directly affect the state's 800,000 schoolchildren.
The WASB was founded in 1921, when school board members met in the Capitol on Feb. 16 to create the Wisconsin Association of High Schools and Graded School Boards. The first president was W. W. Albers, a Wausau school board member who also served in the state Senate for 10 years.
In all its activities, the WASB serves as an advocate for education and students and seeks to prepare local school leaders for the challenges of tomorrow.
WASB Service Associate membership is available to firms providing products and services to Wisconsin school districts.
WASB Consulting is a publicly funded organization
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