A. First and foremost all committee meetings are subject to the Open Meeting act and not only should be posted but should be held in […]Continue reading »
A: State statute does not specify what qualifies as an excused or unexcused absence and simply leaves it to local boards to define. The AASB […]Continue reading »
A: The short answer is yes; the board approves the contracts offered to new employees by the superintendent.Continue reading »
Questions to ask potential new board members: What skill set do you bring to the board? What do you think it takes to create a […]Continue reading »
Why does the AASB Superintendent Search Application Form state “The superintendent position requires an Alaska Type B certificate with a superintendent endorsement.”?
While a school board can hire a CEO without the superintendent endorsement, or even a Type B certificate, that person would not be able to […]Continue reading »
AASB does not have a recommended policy that specifies any particular procedure for the recruitment and hiring of a superintendent or chief school administrator. This […]Continue reading »