The WASB Legislative Advocacy Conference brings together ideas, dialogue and information so you can make sense of the dramatically shifting landscape in which school leaders find themselves. Use that awareness to help shape the future for your districts.
On the heels of the 2012 elections, this year’s Conference draws on the expertise of state leaders who will discuss the sentiments of the electorate related to public education, Wisconsin’s fiscal condition and prospects for K-12 resources, the latest education reform initiatives and their impact on students, staff and communities. The day concludes with insights from veteran state Senators Tim Cullen, a Janesville Democrat, and Dale Schultz, a Richland Center Republican, who are looking to change how the Legislature conducts its business.
Learn about the prominent issues for the 2013-14 session and pick up tips for talking about those issues with your legislators and community. Join a dialogue that aims to help you advocate for your public schools. Whether you are a veteran or new board member, learn from experts about the critical K-12 issues shaping the work of the next Legislature.