American Association of School Administrators [AASA] Law and Legal Definition

The American Association of School Administrators [AASA] was established in 1865 as a professional organization for school system leaders. The members of AASA are persons that support public school leadership. Members include superintendents of public school systems, principals, graduate students, professors of educational administration and others interested in educational leadership.

AASA aims to achieve the highest quality public education for all children. AASA supports and develops effective school system leaders.

Activities of AASA aim to :

(1)improve the condition of children and youth;

(2)prepare schools and school systems for new century;

(3)make arrangements for connecting schools and communities; and

(4)increase the quality and effectiveness of school leaders.