All in-person MIG trainings are cancelled until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but given the current global pandemic and conditions in California surrounding COVID-19, we feel this measure serves the best interests of members and staff. We will continue to monitor the situation closely to determine when we may be able to resume in-person trainings.
In the meantime, we are working diligently to develop a virtual option for MIG, with updated content to address the current challenges you are currently facing. We’ll email you and update this page when online registration is available for this new format.
Thank you for your continued interest in CSBA’s MIG program and your understanding as we seek to do our part in responding to COVID-19. We hope to see you soon and look forward to providing you with this best-in-class training on school board governance.
CSBA's Masters in Governance program equips board members and superintendents with the knowledge and skills to build and support an effective governance structure.
The retooled program includes the same core governance principles that have made it the standard for board member professional development across the country but with an accelerated timeline, convenient format and program flexibility for busy professionals. The program allows you to complete the program at your own pace.
When you register for one of the five courses, you’ll have access to materials and useful handouts to share with other members of your governance team via My CSBA at www.csba.org. Each course will have pre-course assignments which need to be completed prior to attending the full-day course.
Program modules are offered at various locations statewide throughout the year, allowing participants the flexibility to choose where and when to attend.
More than 2,000 board members and superintendents have participated in CSBA’s highly-acclaimed Masters in Governance program. Ninety percent of graduates strongly recommend this program for governance teams; and more than 80 percent reported that the overall program gave them the knowledge base needed to perform their governance responsibilities.