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Policy Alert: 2024 Legislative Session Update

Policy updates related to laws passed during the 2024 Legislative Session.

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Teacher Placement

Teacher Placement

The South Dakota Teacher Placement website features qualified teacher and administrator applicants, free for ASBSD members.
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Protective Trust

Protective Trust

ASB Protective Trust offers quality health, workers' compensation, property/liability and life insurance coverage at an affordable cost.
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Board Training

Board Training

ASBSD Board Training provides professional development to help enhance the effective governance of local education leaders.
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Policy Services

Policy Services

ASBSD’s comprehensive line of Policy Services range from basic services included with ASBSD membership to fee and subscription based custom policy manual development.
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About us

About us

Associated School Boards of South Dakota is a private, non-profit organization representing more than 850 local school board members, the school districts they govern and the students they serve.

 ASBSD provides services and support to local school boards and local school districts, specializing in assisting members with aspects related to the governance of public education. As the state school board association, we advocate in the interest of local school board members for continued advancement of the K-12 education system.
 

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Our Vision

At Associated School Boards of South Dakota,
our vision is to provide leadership that
achieves excellence

for South Dakota public education.

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