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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.
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The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education met for their September meeting at 9 am. The agenda can be found online here; the video of the meeting here. The meeting started a bit late due to traffic.
The Board opened with some comments regarding the 50th anniversary of M.G.L. Chapter 766, covering special education, which was a forerunner of the federal IDEA law. Secretary Peyser also noted that STEM week is coming up October 17.
The members of the Resolutions Committee met on July 5, 2022 to consider resolutions proposed by member districts for consideration at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Association. The Report of the Resolutions Committee is available for download.Download Report
The Board opened with public comment, much of which focused on the proposal to raise the MCAS score required to fulfill the state's competency determination for high school graduation.
Every year at this time we provide a packet of very important material relating to election of officers of the Association, MASC award nominations, volunteers to serve on MASC Committees, and resolutions for our Delegate Assembly in November. This is your chance to offer a nomination, propose a resolution, volunteer to serve, nominate a student for scholarship, or run for an MASC office. You may duplicate these forms if you wish to make multiple nominations in any category.
MASC has established a scholarship funded by and honoring the Association’s Past Presidents, to recognize an outstanding student who demonstrates outstanding scholarship; service to the school district, community or public at large; or distinguished achievement.
Eligible candidates must be: