View this short overview of the LeaderShop Academy and Master Board Member program
The Illinois Association of School Boards recognizes board members for the time and effort they devote to IASB leadership activities and service to the public education community. Points are earned by attending division meetings, governing meetings, legislative leadership programs as well as holding positions of leadership within the Association. A designated number of Master Board Member points are assigned to each event, activity, or position. In addition, the program recognizes the service and participation of school board members in NSBA activities and other events beyond their local districts. Master Board Members receive special recognition at IASB fall Division Dinner Meetings
The majority of Master Board Member points are earned and tracked through our event registration process under "My Account" at www.iasb.com. Members no longer need to complete paper forms to earn points. Master Board Member points are earned by attending the follow IASB events:
Joint Annual Conference, Chicago
Delegate Assembly at JAC (voting)
Division Dinner or Breakfast Meetings
Division Governing Meeting
Serving as a Division Officer (including at-large)
Alliance Leadership Summit
JAC Panel Review Committee
NSBA Annual Conference*
Panelist at NSBA*
NSBA Advocacy Institute*
ISBE Committee (serving as a member)*
Sponsor Program board*
*These events (beyond IASB) require self-reporting. Self-reported points are submitted via “My Account” at www.iasb.com. Click “Education and Recognition” and complete the web-form “Add Self-Reported Points.” IASB staff will review and respond to your request within one week. Self-reported points need to be submitted by June 30th to be included in totals for recognition at fall Division Dinner Meetings.
Points are cumulative and individuals are recognized as they reach each level:
Level I: 60-129 points
Level II: 130-199 points
Master Board Member: 200 points
Master Board Member maintenance occurs by earning 40 additional points each year
Master Board Members are recognized at each level at their respective Fall Division Dinner meetings each year
Board members can access Master Board Member participation records by signing into “My Account” at www.iasb.com and clicking “Education and Recognition.” Members who wish to “Opt In/Out” of the program may also do so online.
For more information on IASB recognition programs, click here .
Although the IASB website strives to provide accurate and authoritative information, the Illinois Association of School Boards does not guarantee or warrantee the accuracy or quality of information contained herein.