The combined power of the Illinois Association of School Business Officials, Illinois Association of School Administrators and Illinois Association of School Boards allow the IEC to provide resources and leverage to education. These groups use their combined experience to provide specialized resource purchasing and administrative, monitoring services necessary for the program’s success.
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS
An association devoted to the school business management profession. As a state association, Illinois ASBO strives to promote the standards of school business administration through a multitude of benefits provided to each and every member.
Illinois ASBO provides members with the services needed to foster their professional development and leadership skills. Illinois ASBO attempts to improve the quality of educational programs and services through the expertise of staff, members and volunteers. Besides promoting the highest standards of school business administration, Illinois ASBO takes pride in providing members with a thorough guide to the most reliable companies that provide services and products to schools in Illinois.
The Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA) is the state’s premier advocacy organization for school administrators with more than 1,750 members and a history of promoting excellence dating back to 1946. The guiding principles of the IASA are expressed by its vision of “Maximum Educational Excellence for all Students,” and its mission statement, “To support school leaders in the pursuit of educational excellence through continued school improvement.”
IASA offers a variety of professional enhancement and resource services to its members including professional and legal assistance, governmental relations, professional development programs and conferences, communications services, a mentoring program, newsletters, job bank and networking.
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS
A voluntary organization of school boards dedicated to strengthening public schools through citizen control. Although not a part of state government, IASB is organized by member school boards as a private not-for-profit corporation under authority granted by Article 23 of The Illinois School Code. The mission of the Illinois Association of School Boards is excellence in local school governance and support of public education.