NSBA’s Three Caucuses Work to Improve Educational Opportunities for Minority Students
Despite some significant academic gains over the years, serious achievement gaps persist among many of our students, particularly those from several racial and ethnic groups and children of low socioeconomic means. NSBA’s three Caucuses give educational leaders the opportunity to enter a national-level dialogue on how to improve the academic achievement of these and all students.
National Hispanic Caucus of School Board Members
We promotes NSBA’s goals and vision and fosters dialogue among school board members and other stakeholders committed to improving the educational achievement of Hispanic students. The Caucus is involved in legislative initiatives such as literacy rates and standardized tests, and in education leadership issues, such as professional development and effective governance.Read More
National Caucus of American Indian/Alaska Native School Board Members
We serve as a leader and advocate on issues of achievement for American Indian and Alaska Native children. Members of the Caucus work to promote equal educational opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native students and address the unique challenges and opportunities these children face.Read More