MASC is a member-driven association whose mission is to support Massachusetts school leaders in their increasingly complex governance role. Through a wide range of programs and services including training workshops, policy development and administrator search services, legal and advocacy support, and as an information clearinghouse, the Association provides important guidance and expertise to its members. MASC also serves to communicate the school committee perspective to government leaders, the media, administrative agencies and other education-related associations.
MASC is governed by a 14-member board of directors, consisting of a 5-member executive committee and 9 division chairs who represent the Association's geographical, vocational-technical, and urban divisions.
The Board of Directors is responsible for setting the direction of the Association, establishing policy and positions, and outlining charges to the various standing committees.
The Association Staff is led by the Executive Director who works closely with the Board of Directors, and other education and government leaders to communicate the Association's positions. Other MASC staff include communications, operations, field services, technology, legal and support services professionals.
MASC is proud to support the following committees:
- special education
- legislative committee
- regional schools
- advisory committee on athletics
- advocacy committee
- resolutions committee
- student assessment committee
MASC also supports the Massachusetts Council of School Attorneys.
Learn more about MASC:
MASC By-laws as Amended through November 12, 2003