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Listing of Development and Training Completed by Board Members

All Illinois school board members must receive training in professional development leadership (P.A. 97-8) and the Open Meetings Act (P.A. 97-504). Mandatory training will also be required after the new teacher evaluation requirements are implemented in each school district. For additional information, see Board policy 2:120, Board Member Development.

The following table contains mandatory training and development activities that were completed by each Board member. When the training was provided by the Illinois Association of School Boards, the acronym “IASB” follows the listed activity.

Name

Development and Training Activity

and Provider

Date Completed

(beginning in 2012

unless otherwise noted)

Carol Eckert

Open Meetings Act Training - IASB

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training -  IASB

2/29/12

8/26/13

 Shelly Schaefer

Open Meetings Act Training - IASB

Professional Development Leadership Training - IARSS

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training - IASB

2/29/12 

5/7/13

2/9/14

Allison Bartle

Open Meetings Act Training - IASB

Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT)

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training - IASB

2/29/12 

3/17/14

3/17/14

Kurt Schroeder

Open Meetings Act Training - Office of the Attorney General

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training - IASB

12/28/12

3/17/14

John Kasper

Open Meetings Act Training - IASB

Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT)

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA)

12/28/12

2/24/15

2/24/15

Marvin Lampkin

Open Meetings Act Training - Office of the Attorney General

12/19/12
Al Scharf

Open Meetings Act Training - Office of the Attorney General

Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT)

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training - IASB

10/5/12

2/6/14

2/6/14

 

The Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) is a voluntary organization of local boards of education dedicated to strengthening the Illinois public schools through local citizen control. Although not a part of State government, IASB is organized by member school boards as a private not-for-profit corporation under authority granted by Article 23 of the School Code. The mission of the IASB is excellence in local school governance in support of quality public education.

For more information regarding IASB and its programs visit www.iasb.com.