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  1. NSBA’s Council of School Attorneys: Leadership in Legal Advocacy for Public Schools

    providing leadership in legal advocacy for public schools. 5 NSBA Council of School Attorneys-- Purposes To ... of School Attorneys stay up to date on crucial legal issues affecting public schools, collaborate ... Presenters: Lester B. Johnson, III, Assistant School Board Attorney, Savannah-Chatham County Public School ...

  2. 2015 Advocacy Institute Legislative Advocacy Background Materials

    traditional public schools. 6 NSBA Office of Advocacy www.nsba.org Phone. 703-838-6722 Fax. 703-548-5613 1680 ... local school board governance and fl exibility for districts to help our public schools implement ... are paramount to support student achievement efforts at roughly 90 percent of the 14,000 public school ...

  3. 2015 Advocacy Institute Legal Advocacy Background Materials

    entities. NSBA complements its Legal Advocacy message on behalf of school boards to the courts with broad ... papers and publications many of which expand in greater detail the areas of NSBA’s Legal Advocacy. We ... impact of federal employment laws on public school districts. The National Public Employer Labor ...

  4. Careers

    Join the Front Lines of Advocacy for Public Education Help secure America’s future, while you ... build your own. Join NSBA and help make America’s public schools the best in the world, in a modern, ... Conference Programming Chief Advocacy Officer, Office of Federal Advocacy and Public Policy Chief Member ...

  5. America's Cornerstone: Advocacy Agenda 2017-2018

    strengthen public schools.   Advocacy_Agenda_2017_2018.pdf Advocacy Advocacy_Agenda_2017_2018.pdf America’s ... in public schools. 1 P ADVOCACY AGENDA America’s CORNERSTONE ublic schools are educating the most ... Friends of Public Education Network (FPE), National School Boards Action Center (NSBAC), the Stand Up ...

  6. NSBA Urges Swift Passage of FY2018 Appropriations; NSBA Opposes Diverting $1B to Non-Public Schools

    public education and continues to put our nation’s public schools first.  NSBA supports the ... to non-public schools and requests the Committee to reconsider funding cuts made to Title II. ... public schools and to ensure that limited federal resources are not diverted to non-public schools. As ...

  7. Dashboard December 2017

    This Edition's Dashboard Gallup survey finds boost in public school confidence Mental health ... spending Gallup survey finds boost in public school confidence Confidence in the nation’s public schools ... confidence in public schools. That’s a 6 percentage point increase from 2016 and marks the highest confidence ...

  8. Legislative Priorities for the 115th Congress

    transition to the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in our public school districts and to modernize vital ... our school districts work to provide all students with a world-class public education. Child Nutrition ... Choice: Supporting America’s Public Schools NSBA urges Congress to support the range of choices offered by ...

  9. NSBA Campaign Tells the Public School Story and Calls on the Public to Stand Up for Public Schools

    today announced the second phase of Stand Up 4 Public Schools, a national public education campaign that ... of the Stand Up 4 Public Schools campaign could not come at a more opportune time. People need to ... training. They will see public schools welcoming all children and people who want an education. “The Stand ...

  10. NSBA Public Comment on the Consolidated State Plan Template

    local school board members who are directly responsible for the leadership of our nation’s public ... stakeholders directly responsible for the governance of public schools and consider such input prior to the ... Friday, May 12, 2017 Federal Advocacy Resources NSBA submited the following document in response ...

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