Active membership shall be restricted to administrators in a school district or other educational agency or institution who are designated as members of the administrative team. Only active members shall have the right to vote and hold office and to be eligible for all of the privileges and services of the Association. Beginning May 1, current members may renew online, new members may complete this form and submit to your business office for payment.
Associate membership shall be reserved for those who are involved in related educational activities but who are not eligible for active membership. Associate members shall have no voting privileges, nor shall they be eligible to serve as association officers. Associate members are entitled to attend meetings and to receive all publications but are entitled to no other privileges or services. Beginning May 1, current members may renew online, new members may complete this form and submit to your business office for payment.
Emeritus membership shall be reserved for those former members not currently employed in education and who are receiving compensation from a retirement system and/or members who have been certified as being disabled. Emeritus members shall have the same rights and privileges as do associate members. Beginning May 1, you may complete this form and return to the SAI office.
Executive Leaders membership is open to any Iowa school superintendent who is an SAI member. The purpose of the SAI Executive Leaders group is to provide strategic leadership for system improvements that will result in quality educational outcomes for Iowa’s youth. The group was formed in recognition of superintendents' unique contributions to systems improvements and will focus on four strategies:
Aspiring administrator membership shall be extended to graduate students who are not eligible for active membership and who are currently enrolled in colleges and universities for the purpose of meeting licensure requirements in school administration, and to those individuals who are licensed as school administrators but who are not currently employed as school administrators. Aspiring administrator members are entitled to attend meetings and to receive all publications but are entitled to no other privileges or services. Aspiring members are allowed to attend the annual conference at no charge. Complete this form and return to the SAI office.
Active membership is open to all persons who serve as a school system leader, or who are in an administrative position in a public or private school system, or in a regional, state or national education agency or association. Members in this category are eligible to vote, hold elected office and receive legal support from AASA.
Associate membership is open to any person who is actively interested in, engaged in or associated with any phase of educational work and is not a school system leader. Members in this category are not eligible to vote, hold elected office or receive legal support from AASA.
College professor membership is open to full-time professors of educational administration and/or supervision, who are not currently employed in full-time school administration. Members in this category are eligible to vote and hold elected office but are not eligible to receive legal support from AASA.
Active membership - Practicing elementary & middle-level principals, assistant principals, and related educators. Active members receive all NAESP benefits and services, including Legal Benefits Program ($2M individual professional liability coverage/up to $10K for job protection defense, based on continuous years of membership). Discounts on conference registration.
Institutional Active - Includes an Active membership plus a duplicate set of publications for your school library.
Assistant Principal - Assistant principals receive all NAESP benefits and services, including Legal Benefits Program ($2M individual professional liability coverage/up to $10K for job protection defense, based on continuous years of membership), access to webinars, research, online learning, discounts on ASCA membership, conference registration and resources.
Associate - Available to professors of education or non-administrators. Includes all benefits and services EXCEPT the Legal Benefits Program.
Individual Member - Open to principals, assistant principals, and other administrators—building, district, and state. Individual members receive all NASSP benefits. Membership is owned by the individual and is non-transferable.
Institutional Member - Open to principals, assistant principals, and other administrators—building, district, and state. The assignee receives all benefits of Individual members. Membership is owned by the school and is transferable.
Associate Member - Open to department heads, teachers, graduate students, professors, and all non-administrators interested in middle level or high school administration. Associate members receive NASSP publications and reduced rates for convention and meetings. Do not receive legal or liability coverage. Pursuant to NASSP Bylaws, Associate members cannot vote or hold office. This membership is non-transferable.