Joint Annual Conference

November 22-24, 2024

Panel Presentations Requested for 2024 Conference

School districts and related education organizations can now submit proposals for “Share the Success” panel presentations at the 2024 Joint Annual Conference taking place November 22-24.

These 60-minute sessions should be based on actual school system experiences and presenters should give insight and practical information on how to solve common problems and share innovations from programs succeeding in their districts. Proposals must be submitted by March 1, 2024. Those planning to submit panel presentations should first preview the Request for Proposals questions prior to completing the online submission form.

Submit a Presentation

A Look Back at the 2023 Conference

School board members, administrators, and other public education advocates gathered to share and learn new ideas and best practices focusing on school governance at the Joint Annual Conference. Take a look back at the 2023 Conference as school leaders celebrated 90 years of leadership and learning.

By the Numbers

  • 220+
  • 120+
  • 8,900

Conference Additional Registration Events

  • Friday Focus Workshops

    IASB Friday Focus Workshops will be held on November 22 and are designed to give school board members knowledge, skills, and resources to provide effective board leadership.
  • Administrative Professionals

    Enhance the roles and skills of the individual(s) who perform the duties of the school board secretary or administrative assistant with special programming on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23.

Conference Announcements

  • VIDEO: 2023 Joint Annual Conference Highlights

    Video features highlights from the 2023 Joint Annual Conference.
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  • Districts Encouraged to Submit Presentations Showcasing Successful Programs for 2024 Conference

    IASB is accepting proposals for Share the Success panels for 2024.
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  • Deadline Reminder: 2024 Conference Share the Success Panel Proposals Due March 1

    Share the Success panels address current challenges in education and are based on actual school system experiences.
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