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The NSBA Annual Conference & Exposition is the one national event that brings together education leaders at a time when domestic policies and global trends are combining to shape the future of the students. Join us in San Antonio for a robust offering of over 250 educational programs, including three inspirational general sessions that will give you new ideas and tools to help drive your district forward.

Be Extraordinary

This year’s conference theme highlights inspirational individuals from all walks of life, pioneers in their respective fields, who made extraordinary contributions to society. Their courage and commitment to excellence helped shape their communities and our nation. A nation where an educator can become an astronaut, a man who spends his life fighting for what is good and just can reach the Supreme Court, and a farmer’s son can rise above hardships and poverty to become the first and foremost education reformer.

As a school board member YOU make an extraordinary contribution to our country by helping shape the leaders of tomorrow. Your decisions play a critical role in the lives of children and the future of our communities. To be an extraordinary school board member requires a commitment to student achievement and ensuring every student receives a high-quality education. It is essential to stay informed of the latest issues, trends, and best practices in public education, and the NSBA Annual Conference and Exposition is the only national event that offers education leaders these resources and access to the experts.

Click on the images below and find inspiration in the stories of remarkable leaders. Then make the commitment, with colleagues from across the country, to Be Extraordinary for America’s public schools at the 2018 NSBA Annual Conference.

 

2017 Annual Conference Videos

Tom Gentzel Speaks at NSBA's 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition

Miranda Beard Speaks at NSBA's 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition

Kevin Ciak Speaks at NSBA's 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition

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