Whether you’re a rookie or a veteran board member, being a leader in public education governance is one arena in which continuing education and professional development are critical. AASB’s Carl Rose Boardsmanship Awards Program is for those who want to participate and record and later be acknowledged for the work you do as a board member.
The AASB Board of Directors honored Carl Rose in 2013 by naming the organization’s leadership training program for school members after him upon his retirement. Rose was the executive director of AASB from 1987 until 2013. During those 26 years, he participated in every major education debate and reform in K-12 education and reshaped AASB into a full-service statewide non-profit organization whose motto is “Advocates for Alaska’s Youth.
Carl Rose passed away in April 2015 after a long battle with cancer. Carl was honored by the Alaska Legislature in 2002 for his work and commitment to education and to school boards. Former Anchorage school board member and past state Senator Bette Davis had this to say about Carl,
“Carl embodies all of the characteristics necessary to be at the forefront of education: He has integrity. He is generous. He gives of himself, his time and money. Carl embodies the core values and principles that make it possible for him to be an effective voice on behalf of Alaska’s children.”
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