Serving Alberta's 61 school boards

The Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) is the one association that represents all 61, locally-elected public, separate and francophone school boards in Alberta. As a strong, supportive, province-wide association, ASBA brings the different voices of Alberta’s school boards together, and advocates on behalf of its membership.

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Our Mission

Leading the betterment of education by serving locally-elected school boards in their role of establishing the conditions for student success.

Through our vision of: Excellence in education through exceptional school board governance, ASBA offers support and builds the capacity of school boards and individual trustees, ranging from advice and training to leadership, development, governance and advocacy. Collectively, ASBA administers a balanced viewpoint to government and other stakeholders, and speaks on behalf of all its school boards. The result is unparalleled diversity and choice for Alberta families.It’s something we’ve been doing for more than 110 years.

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Be Brave, Reach Out and Speak Up for mental health

Provincial Youth Mental Health Summit

ASBA and HEADSTRONG—an initiative by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, (MHCC)—are co-leading the Provincial Youth Mental Health Summit. This event is the first-of its-kind in Canada, and will run concurrently to the ASBA Spring General Meeting at the Sheraton Hotel in Red Deer.On June 3 and 4, 2019, this high profile event will see up to 180 student leaders in grades 9 to 11 from across Alberta gathered together to listen, learn and collaborate to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.

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Job Postings

Yellowknife Catholic Schools


Closes: March 22, 2019Yellowknife Catholic Schools (YCS) is seeking a highly motivated and exceptional educator to lead its senior administrative team.
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Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ Learning Services

Assistant Superintendent

Closes: March 31, 2019The Assistant Superintendent will report to the Deputy Superintendent and will provide leadership for the educational programs and the Learning Framework that support student learning.
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School District 69 (Qualicum)

Director of Instruction

Closes: April 3, 2019Centrally located on Vancouver Island, School District 69 (Qualicum) serves a stable student population of approximately 4700 students on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish People.
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