Founded in 1946, OSBA is governed by a member-elected board and serves K-12 public school boards, public charter school boards, education service district boards, community college boards and the State Board of Education. Through legislative advocacy at state and federal levels, board leadership training, employee management assistance and policy, legal and financial services, OSBA helps locally-elected volunteers fulfill their complex public education roles.
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Keeping You in the Loop
Updates on OSBA programs, services and actions from OSBA's Executive Director.
Updates on OSBA board goals and activities from OSBA's President.
A search firm will be hired to develop a timeline and process so the OSBA Board can hire a highly qualified candidate and ensure a smooth transition.
The work group is an outgrowth of Fall Regionals discussions from last year, at which a majority of attendees indicated that they favored varying methods of revenue reform.
Six new members will join OSBA’s Board of Directors on Jan. 1; fourteen individuals were elected to the Legislative Policy Committee.
The outlook for the year for the Oregon School Boards Association finances is positive, allowing OSBA to continue to provide needed services to school districts.
Thirteen seats are open on the OSBA Board of Directors, as well as all 19 seats on the Legislative Policy Committee (LPC).
The voting period opens Nov. 16 for OSBA elections for the Board of Directors and Legislative Policy Committee, and runs through Dec. 18.
OSBA will discontinue use of its existing P.O. Box about July 1.
With a new year comes a new slate of officers on OSBA’s Board of Directors, headed by President Doug Nelson of the High Desert Education Service District.
OSBA officers officially took their posts on Jan. 1.
A weekend of intensive learning and keynotes from state education leaders wrapped up Sunday.