What is the IASA?
The Illinois Association of School Administrators is the state’s premier advocacy organization for school administrators with more than 2,000 members and a history of promoting excellence in education dating back to 1946. The guiding principles of the IASA are expressed by its vision of "Maximum Educational Success for all Students," and its mission statement, "To support school leaders in the pursuit of educational excellence through continued school improvement."
The IASA is a state-chartered association of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) and we work cooperatively on educational issues of national, state and local importance.
Mission Statement: The Illinois Association of School Administrators will support school leaders in the pursuit of educational excellence through continued school improvement.
IASA Code of Ethics
The IASA Member shall:
As leaders in the public educational system we believe:
IASA Past Presidents
The Past Presidents are listed below for the year of the annual meeting at which they presided. Read more...
IASA Executive Directors
The IASA Executive Directors are identified below for the year of their retirement from IASA.
2648 Beechler Court, Springfield, IL 62703-7305 - Ph: 217-753-2213
1200 West Main Street, Marion, IL 62959-1138 - Ph: 618-364-0501
800 Woodfield Road, Ste. F109, Schaumburg, IL 60173-4717, Ph: 847-466-5075
IASA Super Regions and Map The IASA Super Regions are Northeastern, Northcentral and Southern. The Super Regions are listed below:
Northeastern Super Region
Northcentral Super Region
Southern Super Region
Click here to access the IASA Super Region Map.
Click here for an update on the recent AASA Governing Board Elections.
Welcome to IASA's temporary website. This site includes all of our basic information and will be updated daily. We will utilize this site for the next few months while our new, permanent website is being developed. Thanks for your patience during the development of our new site.
Dr. Brent Clark
IASA Executive Director
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