European School Heads Association (ESHA)
Association européenne des chefs d'établissements
Nov 1988, as European Secondary Heads Association -- Association européenne des chefs d'établissements du secondaire -- Europäische Schulleitervereinigung im Sekundarbereich II, at a conference on 'Educating Tomorrow's Europeans', Maastricht (Netherlands). Revised constitution adopted: Nov 1993, Seville (Spain); Feb 1997, Colle Val d'Elsa (Italy); Nov 2003, Toulon (France). Registered as a foundation in accordance with Dutch law.
Promote development of quality education throughout Europe; improve management skills of heads and deputy heads in an international context; facilitate links between school leaders and their schools; extend knowledge about educational programmes within and outside the European Union; initiate educational programmes and competitions with a European dimension; influence European educational policy.
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General Board (meeting twice a year), comprising one representative of each member countries. Executive Board, comprising President, President Elect or Past President (alternatively), General Secretary, Treasurer and one annual member.
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