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‘Trends In Collective Bargaining’ Virtual Training Set for January 29Join school law experts on January 29 for a half-day virtual training session on Trends in Collective Bargaining.Read more
IASB Legislative Report 102-27IASB Advocacy Fridays are on the way. Also check out what's up next for education in the General Assembly.Read more
Changes to Quarantine and Exposure GuidanceISBE and IDPH update coronavirus exposure and quarantine regulations and guidance documents.Read more
IASB Winter Book Study Features ‘Crucial Conversations’Discuss what makes a conversation crucial and improving organizational performance through better communication.Read more
25Jan 2022Jan 25, 2022
Being Right or Being Effective: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Leaders at the Crossroads 01/25/2022Whatever you thought you knew about diversity and inclusion, prepare to think again. Diversity management pioneer James Rodgers will “promote the value of diversity and reduce the stigma of diversity.” Participants will learn how leaders focus on outcomes and serve all constituents and that dispassion, logic, and relationships are keys to success.Details
29Jan 2022Jan 29, 2022
Trends in Collective Bargaining 01/29/2022Attend this timely event in a new digital format. Learn from a team of IL school attorneys covering trends in compensation, benefits, and working conditions, plus the impact of COVID on employee relations. Join us for two keynotes and choose from three breakout sessions. This event is free and a benefit of IASB membership. Registration required. Attendees earn 5 Board Leader Recognition points.Details
3Feb 2022Feb 3, 2022
Anti-Bias & Micro-Inclusion Workshop 02/03/2022Featuring “The Stereotype Mask” exercise, join entrepreneur and tech change agent Natalie Egan for a 90-minute virtual workshop focused on helping participants recognize and understand micro-aggressions and discover micro-inclusions.Details
New Online Courses Available
Two new online training opportunities are now available for school board members. Registration for “Managing Difficult Public Comment: How to K.E.E.P. C.A.L.M.” and “Title IX Training for School Board Appellate Decision-Makers” can be accessed through IASB’s Online Courses webpage.Learn More
Legislative Session OverviewThe 2021 Legislative Session Overview includes an annual summary of IASB’s legislative objectives, position statements that were addressed, and session results. The Overview highlights details of bills that were approved, defeated, or amended, and how the proposals impact public education in Illinois.
Journal Covers Administrator Salaries
The January/February 2022 Journal revisits the administrator salaries series and looks back on the 2021 Joint Annual Conference.
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