Friday, June 30, 2017

Journal offers personal, practical insights
to board service, advocacy, electronics

Readers of the July/August issue of The Illinois School Board Journal will discover the many words of wisdom that experienced board members from all over the state share with newcomers to board service. In a related matter, no matter how long you’ve been on the board, attorney Scott F. Uhler, a partner with Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd. in Chicago, details what you need to know about using your personal electronic device for public business.

Also in this issue, in "From rigor to reality, revisited," by James Rosborg, the Journal takes another look at the impact of the changes in the state rules and regulations in the number of teacher and administrator candidates in Illinois. Finally, discover the personal and relationship-building aspects of advocacy with Cynthia Woods, who recently retired as IASB's director of advocacy.

Watch for the issue in your postal mail. Click here or below to read the complete digital version.