The Idaho School Boards Association strives to provide school board members with the information, training and support needed to serve their district. Developing highly trained and effective board/superintendent teams will help to positively affect student achievement and education.
ISBA trainings include School Board Governance, Leadership for Student Achievement, Education Law, Human Resources, Finance & Board’s Oversight Role, and Collective Bargaining. Customized training can be created for individual board needs.
Big News for Board Development
This past legislative session, the Legislature appropriated $6,600 per school district or charter school to be used specifically for board, superintendent, and charter school administrator training. ISBA has created five discounted training plans to help you receive the best training value for the appropriated $6,600. Contact Krissy or David for more information.
Putting The Pieces Together For The Best Board Possible
Which Training Plan is Right for Your Board?
A) Best Practices
B) Superintendent Evaluation
C) Continuous Improvement Plan (Strategic Plan)
D) Boardsmanship 101
E) Boardsmanship 102
* To view descriptions of these Training Plans, please click HERE.
ISBA School Board Professional Development Services
Board Development with the ISBA Standards:
Professional Development Modules
Board Development Events:
Summer Leadership Institute
So You Want To Be A School Board Member
New Board Member Packet
Board of Trustees Self-Assessment
Code of Ethics for School Board Members
ISBA Master of Boardsmanship Program
In an effort to recognize board members committed to their own continued leadership education, we developed the ISBA Master of Boardsmanship Program. The program offers two distinct awards:
Board Member Award of Boardsmanship:
Individual board members can earn the Board Member Award of Boardsmanship by reaching one of four levels of recognition; Achievement, Excellence, Mastery, and Distinction. This award recognizes excellence among Idaho School Board Members by awarding those who acquire points for attending approved trainings.
Master of Boardsmanship Award:
With the participation of two-thirds or more of board members, the board can earn the Master of Boardsmanship Award, by meeting the minimum criteria outlined for the five Standards of Boardsmanship.
Schedule Your Board Professional Development
To schedule one of our consultants, please contact the ISBA Office.
Phone: (208) 854-1476