The Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors (GACIS) was organized in April, 1971, as a professional organization for persons working in the field of curriculum development and instructional supervision. GACIS promotes cooperative relations with and maintains direct contact with the, Georgia Department of Education, Georgia General Assembly, teacher education institutions of the state and other educational organizations and agencies that impact public education. GACIS is one of the six affiliate organizations of the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL).
Membership in GACIS is open to educators who hold supervisory, coordinating, instructional support, or consulting positions directly related to the improvement of instruction and curriculum development, or are instructors of curriculum and supervision in public and non-public schools, colleges, universities, Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESA), or the State Department of Education.
- GACIS Bylaws (revised 2/16/2013)
- GACIS Handbook (revised 7/01/2013)
Board of Directors
The GACIS Board of Directors consists of the elected Officers—President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer; Parliamentarian, and the Directors of each of the 16 GACIS Districts, the GAEL at-large representative, Chairmen of Standing Committees, the RESA Liaison, and the Executive Director. Ex-officio members are the GACIS Consultant and State Department of Education Liaison. As the governing body of GACIS, the Board of Directors supervises controls, and directs all business of the association.