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IASB JOINT ANNUAL CONFERENCE


2009 JOINT ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Joint Annual Conference of IASB/IASA/IASBO
November 20-22, 2009

Nearly 12,400 Illinois school leaders and guests attended the three-day 2009 Joint Annual Conference of the Illinois Association of School Boards, Illinois Association of School Administrators and Illinois Association of School Business Officials.

Recognized as one of the nation's largest state education conferences, the event is open to school board members, superintendents, school administrators, state and regional educators and officials, university staff, exhibitors, and guests.

The 2009 event was held Nov. 20-22 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, Sheraton Chicago and Swissotel hotels. This was the 95th annual conference of IASB and the 77th joint conference with IASA and Illinois ASBO.

Coverage from this year's conference will be posted online as it becomes available. Those who wish can receive automatic email notification of new online content by subscribing to IASB Online Update.

More information can also find out what happened at this year's conference in upcoming issues of the Illinois School Board Newsbulletin and the Illinois School Board Journal.

Handouts from selected panels are also available online at IASB's Members-Only website. A complete photo gallery of this year's conference will also be available online December 30, 2009. The username (iasb09) and password (chicago) are required for access. Access will be free to viewers. Photos from these events will also be available to order at a nominal charge.

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