The Indiana Small and Rural Schools Association is a member of the National Rural Education Advocacy Coalition (NREAC) which operates in cooperation with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
The NREAC is a coalition of about 23 state organizations who use the services of the NREAC.
The purpose of the National Rural Education Advocacy Coalition (NREAC) is to advocate for the highest quality education for the children of rural America’s public schools. The coalition will represent the interests of rural public schools in the national forums in which such issues are decided and in a state when an issue affecting rural schools could have national impact. The NREAC is committed to equitable and adequate funding of rural public schools. The coalition is committed to national policy expanding the programs and services available to rural public schools. The NREAC is dedicated to maintaining rural schools as centers for learning and community life for rural America.
You can learn more about the NREAC and its members by visiting the NREAC site: