ELN Affiliate Associations

The Ed Leaders Network has been developed through the collaborative efforts of principal associations from across the country. Each association shares in the belief that educational leaders impact student performance. Our hope is that you will find this service to be of great value and it assists you in your efforts to do what is best for your students. Scroll down to see all current ELN Affiliates.

Members of the following principal associations are eligible for a 50% discount on their annual subscription.

  • Illinois Principals Association

    2940 Baker Dr. Springfield, IL 62703 P: 217-525-1383 F: 217-525-7264
    www.ilprincipals.org
  • Indiana Association of School Principals

    11025 East 25th Street Indianapolis, IN 46229 P: 317-891-9900 F: 317-894-9807
    www.iasp.org
  • Kentucky Association of Elementary School Principals

    200 West Broadway, Suite 503 Louisville, KY 40202 P: 502-583-4895
    www.kaesp.org
  • Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association

    1980 N. College Road, Mason, MI 48854 Phone: 517-694-8955 Fax: 517-694-8945
    https://memspa.org
  • Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals

    1001 Centennial Way, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48917 Phone: 517-327-5315 Fax: 517-327-5360
    http://mymassp.com
  • Minnesota Elementary School Principal's Association

    1667 North Snelling Avenue, Ste. C101, St. Paul, MN 55108 Phone: 651-999-7310 Fax: 651-999-7311
    www.mespa.net
  • Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals

    1667 North Snelling Avenue, Ste. C100, St. Paul, MN 55108 Phone: 651-999-7333 Fax: 651-999-7331
    www.massp.org
  • Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals

    Amazonas Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109 Phone: 573-638-2460 Fax: 573-556-6270
    www.maesp.com
  • Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals

    2409 West Ash St., Columbia, MO 65203 Phone: 573-445-5071 Fax: 573-445-6416
    www.moassp.org
  • Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators

    8050 N. High St., Suite 180, Columbus, Ohio 43235 Phone: 614-430-8311 Fax: 614-430-8315
    www.oassa.org
  • Vermont Principals' Association

    2 Prospect Street, STE 3 Montpelier, VT 05602 Phone: 802-229-0547 Fax: 802-229-4801
    www.vpaonline.org
  • Association of Washington School Principals

    1021 8th Avenue S.E., Olympia, WA 98501 Phone: 360-357-7951 Fax: 360-357-7966
    www.awsp.org
  • Association of Wisconsin School Administrators

    4797 Hayes Road, Suite 103 Madison, WI 53704 Phone: 608-241-0300 Fax: 608-249-4973
    www.awsa.org

ELN Partners

Content Partners

The Ed Leaders Network is fortunate to have partners who believe that educational leaders impact student performance. Many thanks to our corporate and content partners for supporting the development and growth of educational leaders who are working to do what is best for their students.

  • Illinois State Board of Education

    ISBE not only provides ELN access for all Illinois public school educators, but also creates courses and shares information aligned to statewide initiatives and foundational services.


    http://www.isbe.net/
  • Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of School

    IARSS supports the role of Regional Superintendents of Schools and Assistant Regional Superintendents and of Regional Offices of Education in Illinois, personally and professionally, in their efforts to promote quality education for the school children and citizens of Illinois.
    http://iarss.org/
  • Standard for Success

    Standard For Success (SFS) is the premier employee evaluation solution provider dedicated to streamlining employee evaluations and driving improvement and organizational efficiency. They are fully integrated with Ed Leaders Network as a complete solution to identifying areas for development and assigning appropriate ELN trainings.
    www.standardforsuccess.com
  • Illinois Center for School Improvement

    Illinois CSI partners with leaders from underperforming school districts transform their systems to ultimately drive higher student achievement. They create ELN courses around assessment, data interpretation, coaching, collaboration, and progress monitoring.


    http://www.illinoiscsi.org/