The 2022 ISBA Annual Convention will be held on November 9-11. Mark your calendar today. Note: Not all the information on this website is current. Please check back from time to time leading up to this year’s event for updates on registration, workshops, and sponsors as more details become available. – Thank you.
When attending a convention with hundreds of people and dozens of workshops to consider, there is no question that it can be overwhelming. Attendees often find themselves asking three common questions; “Where do I start, what workshops should I attend and how do I connect with the right people?” Read How to Make the Most of Your Convention Experience.
Please join us for the 2022 ISBA Scholarship Auction! New Day This Year. This year’s event will be held on Wednesday, November 9th at 5:30 pm in Bays 1 & 2 at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. The ISBA Scholarship Trust has awarded over $116,000 in scholarships in the past 15 years. These scholarships would not be possible without your donations. The Scholarship Trust is a 501(c)(3) so your donations are tax-deductible!
Caleb Campbell, a West Point graduate and ex-NFL athlete, is on a mission to help professionals, teams, and leaders move from stress-to-stretch so that they can increase their inner capacity and become a high capacity leader.
His Leadership Expansion Framework offers tools to help expand leadership capabilities, increase performance, deepen relationships and grow in purpose.
Phil Gore, PhD, a former Seattle-area school board member, currently serves as the Director of Board Services for the Vermont School Boards Association. Previous to his current role, Phil served as the Division Director for Board Development with the Texas Association of School Boards, Director of State Association Partnerships with the National School Boards Association, and Director of Leadership Development Services with the Washington School Directors’ Association. He is coeditor of Improving School Board Effectiveness: A Balanced Governance Approach, published by Harvard Education Press in 2015. Phil’s PhD is in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Washington.
During the Business Session, school board members debate and vote on the resolutions that have been submitted by school districts, regions, or the ISBA Executive Board. Every resolution that is passed by the membership at the Business Session establishes ISBA’s Legislative Platform. ISBA then pursues, through the legislature, all the initiatives outlined in the platform. As a school board member, this is your opportunity to have your voice heard concerning the proposals that have been submitted.