Education Partners

WASA Affiliations PDF

American Association of School Administrators (AASA)
AASA is a professional administrators organization with a membership of more than 16,500 educational leaders in North America and other countries. Founded in 1865, AASA's focus areas are improving the condition of children and youth, preparing schools and school systems for the 21st century, connecting schools and communities, and enhancing the quality and effectiveness of school leaders. 

Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP)
The mission of the Association of Washington School Principals is to support principals and the principalship in the education of all students. AWSP's vision of the future is one in which every principal strives to ensure that all students achieve or exceed state and local learning requirements. 

Employee Relations and Negotiations Network (ERNN)
The Employee Relations and Negotiations Network was created to better organize and communicate information between and among school districts and ESDs. Membership in our statewide network provides regular reports on emerging bargaining and employee relations issues and greatly enhances your school district's perspective in negotiations. 

Education Northwest
Education Northwest partners with schools, districts, communities, and other stakeholders to help all children and youth meet their full potential. For more than 50 years, Education Northwest has been providing high-quality research, technical assistance, professional development, and evaluation services that address the most pressing education and youth-services needs in the northwest region and across the country. 

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
The OSPI Web site offers valuable material and research results relating to education in Washington State. The site includes such information as the current State of Education address, recent WASL results, grant, and technological and legislative information. 

Our Kids Our Future
Statewide website aimed at capturing and communicating excellence in the state’s K–12 schools. Ddesigned to give greater exposure to successful programs and innovative models through compelling stories, pictures, and videos. The partner organizations include the AWSP, OSPI, WEA, WASA, WSSDA, WSASCD, and the WA State PTA.

State Board of Education (SBE)
The SBE is a state education policy board whose primary responsibilities are to promote the goals of the Basic Education Act, set graduation requirements, and implement a standards-based accountability system to improve student academic achievement.

Washington Association of School Business Officials (WASBO)
The Washington School Association of Business Officials is a non-profit organization of school employees whose responsibilities include the business affairs of public and non-profit schools.

Washington Educational Research Association (WERA)
WERA is a not-for-profit organization of professionals working at all levels of education dedicated to improving the practice of instruction, assessment, evaluation, conducting and applying educational research, and using data to inform instructional decisions.  Our services include two regional conferences, publications, and training for our members.

Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA)
WIAA's purpose is to plan, supervise and administer the interscholastic activities approved and delegated by the school districts' boards of directors. 

Washington State ASCD (WSASCD)
WSASCD's mission is to identify and promote quality educational practices that enhance the growth and development of all educators and students. 

Washington State Learning First Alliance (WSLFA)
The Washington State Learning First Alliance is an alliance of major state educational organizations dedicated to strengthening environments for teaching and learning. 

Washington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA)
WSSDA aims to provide leadership for the continual improvement of a public education system that assures effective learning for all students and to assure that school board members develop the skills and knowledge necessary for fulfilling their responsibilities.