Attending and participating in IAASE conferences held each fall and winter with reduced conference fees.
Attending and participating in workshops, administrator academies, and regional events.
Receiving timely information regarding professional development, legal reviews, legislative happenings, and financial affairs.
Being part of the largest statewide organization of special education leaders in the country.
Accessing the members-only portion of the IAASE website.
Being part of members-only online discussion communities.
Nominating colleagues for awards and recognition for exemplary leadership. Applying for mini-grants to fund innovative practices in your programs.
Participating on standing and ad hoc committees.
Becoming an Executive Board member and holding elected office positions.
Networking and social events with colleagues.
Serving on key statewide committees that interact locally, nationally, and with a powerful CASE affiliation.