Who we are
Alberta School Boards Association is the one association that brings together the strong, diverse voices of Alberta's autonomous, locally-elected school boards. Together, our membership represents choice in one of the best education systems in the world, designed with each unique region in mind.
Why We're Here
Alberta School Boards Association is the champion of all locally-elected public, separate and francophone school boards, big and small, from Airdrie to Zama Lake and everywhere in between. Passionate and dedicated, ASBA offers a provincial voice to school boards—a say in the future of education in our province.
The Learning Centre
ASBA values innovation and finding new ways to ensure school board trustees get the professional development, support and resources when and where they need it. The Learning Centre (TLC) is an online learning environment, where school board members can access training and information anytime, anywhere, from any device.
Indigenous Advisory Council
As we work hard to respond to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, the creation of the Indigenous Advisory Council (IAC) has been a huge step for ASBA both in terms of supporting First Nations, Métis and Inuit students across the province and in supporting professional learning for trustees across Alberta.
We offer exceptional education services
ASBA is a non-profit organization that offers a wide range of education and consulting services. Through our vision of inspiring exceptional public, separate and francophone school board governance, ASBA offers support and builds the capacity of school boards and individual trustees, ranging from advice and training to leadership, professional 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.
ASBA members include Alberta's 61 locally-elected public, separate and francophone school boardsSchool Boards