MASE builds strong leaders who work on behalf of students with disabilities.
Who we are
MASE is organized to promote professional leadership, provide the opportunity for study of problems common to its members, and to communicate, through discussion and publications, information that will develop improved services for exceptional children. Further, its purpose is to foster high quality programs of professional development for members, to make studies of selected programs that relate to services to children with disabilities, improving the leadership of administrators for special education and to be active in the legislative process.
Board of Directors
The MASE board has 31 elected and appointed members, including five officers and 10 area representatives. Our current president is Cheryl Johnson, Executive Director of Goodhue County Education District.
MASE is supported by six committees. Each committee has at least 18 members, including two from each of our nine areas. Committee terms are two years, and committee chairs are appointed on an annual basis.
Constitution and Bylaws
Approved December 2021