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Welcome to the Massachusetts Association of School Committees. Our mission is to achieve excellence in school leadership through advocacy, training and service. We are pleased to offer a rich array of publications, resources, events and conferences to support the valuable work that our members do.
If you're a current MASC member, you'll find this site has many resources for members only. You'll need to register using the member code (request a new code here). to access all members only resources and content. Get started here.
The MASC Nominating Committee met on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. The Report of the Nominating Committee, which includes the slate of officers proposed by the Nominating Committee is now available for download. The officers will be voted on by the delegates at the Annual Meeting of the Association, which will be held on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 during the 2017 MASC/MASS Conference in Hyannis.
Let this new summer learning program launch you to success in the coming school year!
The Joint Committee on Education will take public testimony on July 25, 2017 at the Massachusetts State House regarding Senate Bill 223, An Act Modernizing the Foundation Budget for the 21st Century. MASC members are urged to attend the hearing and speak to the impacts of an out-of-date funding formula on their school districts.
The following Massachusetts school committees and city councils have passed a resolution this spring in support of the Recommendations of the Foundation Budget Review Commission (FBRC). If your community is not listed here and has recently passed a resolution, please email Tracy Novick at firstname.lastname@example.org to update the list.
Please take a moment to answer a few questions about if and how you or your district use the MASC Management Information for School Committees Survey Report. If you have never heard of or used this report, please let us know, as well! Your answers will help us provide a more useful tool for school districts in the future.
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Education, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and Department of Higher Education are developing designation criteria for Early College Programs as well as the newly introduced Innovation Career Pathway. Both initiatives fall under the broad category of High Quality College and Career Pathways. They are requesting input from stakeholders and field partners in the critical work of preparing all students for college and career to help inform their efforts.