Jason Fraser is a proud product of public education and he now works as an advocate for the students of our public
schools and for local control of our school districts in order to maintain the gains and further improve public education
in the Commonwealth.
Mr. Fraser is a member of the MASC Board of Directors and is the Division III (southeastern) Chair. Additionally, he
is the Chair of the MASC Regional Schools Committee and serves on the Resolution Committee, Advocacy
Committee and Legislative Committee.
Locally, Mr. Fraser is serving his second year as Chair of Silver Lake Regional School Committee and his sixth year
as Vice Chair of the Plympton School Committee. Serving as the Legislative Agent for both Committees, Mr. Fraser
has become a frequent champion for public education on Beacon Hill and has become a trusted sounding board for
State Representatives and Senators when crafting education policy. His expertise on the Chapter 70 funding
formula, foundation budget determinations and local contribution calculations has made him an invaluable resource
for local municipalities. Mr. Fraser has also served on the Board of Director for the Pilgrim Area Collaborative and
was the Chair of the Board for two years. Mr. Fraser’s experience in educational leadership is rounded out by seven
years of work on School Improvement Councils in the town of Norwell.
Additionally Mr. Fraser has taught Graduate Courses for the Education Leadership Program at the University of
Massachusetts Boston, Keene State College and Salem State University. He has also worked as an educational
consultant and conference presenter both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Fraser is a graduate of Keene State College where he earned Bachelor Degrees in Elementary Education,
Counseling Psychology, and an Associate’s Degree in the Treatment and Prevention of Chemical Dependency. He
holds a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational
Leadership, both from Bridgewater State University.
Mr. Fraser was a 2009 nominee for the Massachusetts Teacher of the Year and has been recognized for his
dedication to public education on many occasions.