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Delegate Assembly

TASB is an association of many voices. Delegate Assembly is where those voices come together to develop a common vision — the best public schools we can provide for Texas students.

For decades, trustees have amplified their voices by working together on key priorities for Texas public education at the TASB Delegate Assembly — TASB’s official membership meeting where every member has a vote in the direction of the organization. 

During the Assembly, Delegates discuss and vote on a variety of action items – from electing TASB directors and officers to approving the education issues included in the TASB Advocacy Agenda.

As Active Members, each local school board and regional education service center board has the exclusive right to appoint a Delegate who will speak for their board and community.

Make Your Voice Count

Take these three steps to make your voice count.

  1. Understand why it’s important.
    Learn more about what Delegate Assembly is and your board’s role.
  2. Name your Delegate.
    Review the process for selecting and registering your board’s representative.
  3. Discover the Delegate experience.
    Find out what you need to do to prepare for this important role.

Save the Date for the 2024 Delegate Assembly

The 2024 Assembly will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, in conjunction with the TASA | TASB Convention in San Antonio. Mark your calendar, and make sure your board has a voice!

Delegate Assembly Resources

Get the key resources members need to participate in Delegate Assembly.

What Is the TASB Advocacy Agenda?

TASB’s Advocacy Agenda is created by Texas school board members through a grassroots process.


The TASB Board of Directors ensures the association is aligned with member needs and priorities.