In addition to the benefits outlined in the different type of membership the Tri-Association serves as an EDUCATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE AND provider of CONSULTING SERVICES.

The Executive Director of the Association works with tax-exempt educational organizations to provide information to member schools of regional associations. The Association also conducts surveys among members to provide statistical information requested. The organizations with which the Association works include:

  • AASSA, AISA, CEESA, EARCOS, ECIS, MAIS and NESA, are associations similar to The American Schools Association of Central America, Colombia, Caribbean and Mexico, serving American Schools in other regions of the world;
  • The Office of Overseas Schools of the U.S. State Department; U.S. State Department
  • OSAC - Overseas Schools Advisory Council;
  • Cognia - Accrediting agency that serves as the umbrella organization for The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement ( NCA CASI), The Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), and The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement ( SACS CASI);
  • NEACS - The New England Association of Colleges and Schools;
  • CIS - Council of International Schools;
  • AAIE - Association for the Advancement of International Education;
  • NAESP - National Association of Elementary Principals;
  • NSBA - National School Boards;
  • NSDC - National Staff Development Council;
  • NAIS - Association of Independent Schools;
  • The Junior Achievement Program;
  • ASCD - The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development,
  • IRC - the Inter-Regional Center,
  • The College Board.

As part of the Regular Membership, schools will received the following services from NAIS, NAESP, and EBSCO: