SAI, a statewide organization founded in 1987, represents more than 2,000 Iowa educational administrators.
SAI Vision Statement:
All members will feel valued as professionals and inspired to be leaders of learning in their communities.
SAI Mission Statement:
The role of SAI is to support, encourage and develop Iowa's educational leaders and learners.
What We Do
- offers many leadership development and learning opportunities each year
- publishes the SAI Report, a monthly electronic newsletter September-May of each year
- hosts the SAI Annual Conference and Exhibits
- and serves as the voice for and advocate of the association profession.
- School Administrators of Iowa is the membership organization and voice of the Iowa's PK-12 education leaders. Founded in 1987, SAI has more than 2,000 members who serve as school superintendents, principals, curriculum directors, area education agency administrators, and colleges of education professors.
SAI is governed by a seven-member Executive Committee and a 52-member Representative Council partially comprised of three members from each of the 15 SAI Districts in the state. These District Officers are representative of educational leaders from elementary, secondary and general administration areas.
In many instances, SAI staff members have served in educational administration roles.