A: There are some duties outlined in our AASB Board of Director policy manual. See the policy manual pages that discuss board member duties in […]Continue reading »
A: Yes, Alaska’s open meeting law excludes advisory boards from holding executive sessions if they have no authority regarding decisions or policy concerning personnel or financial […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: Are there, or will there be, any updated policies specifically related to Sexual Assault & Dating Violence?
A: Annual updates for Policy Update and Policy Online subscribers come out in late February/early March. We strive to release timely updates to new regulations […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: Regarding Superintendent recruitment and selection, is there board policy or state statute concerning how school boards recruit and hire either the superintendents’ position or a chief school administrator?
A: AASB does not have a recommended policy that specifies any particular procedure for the recruitment and hiring of a superintendent or chief school administrator. […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: Why does the AASB Superintendent Search Application Form state “The superintendent position requires an Alaska Type B certificate with a superintendent endorsement.”?
A: While a school board can hire a CEO without the superintendent endorsement, or even a Type B certificate, that person would not be able […]Continue reading »
A: The Alaska Open Meetings Act says that the board must give reasonable notice to the public about the business it will be conducting. Because […]Continue reading »