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Snapshot of CUBE's 50th

This past weekend NSBA’s Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) held its 50th Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Join us at the 50th Annual Council of Urban Boards of Education Conference

The Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) has been at the forefront in helping urban school districts in their work to close the achievement gap, raise high school graduation rates, provide intervention services to academically struggling students, and create broad-based school programs to support students who live in poverty or other circumstances that create obstacles to learning.

Speakers

Friday, September 29
General Session Keynote Speaker

Clint Smith
Acclaimed Spoken Word Poet
Award-Winning Educator

Calling all urban school advocates!

For fifty years, the Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) has been at the forefront in helping urban school districts in their work to close the achievement gap, raise high school graduation rates, provide intervention services to academically struggling students, and create broad-based school programs to support students who live in poverty or other circumstances that create serious obstacles to learning.

Registration

Registration is closed.

Registration Fees

Full Conference Registration Fees

CUBE District Member: $500

Non-CUBE District Member: $600

Guest Registration Fee: $250

Registration Bonus!

Included in your CUBE yearly fees, CUBE member districts receive one complimentary registration.
 

50th CUBE Annual Conference

Hotel and Travel

Hotel
Ritz Carlton New Orleans
921 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

To make hotel reservations, attendees can call 504-524-1331 or 800-542-8680 and specify the CUBE 50th Annual Conference room block.

Addressing teacher turnover in high-poverty, high-minority urban schools

Teacher turnover in high-poverty, high-minority urban schools can top 20 percent annually. Among new teachers, as many as half walk away from the profession in their first five years. This is unacceptable. Urban education cannot hope to close the achievement gap with such turnover. But there is hope: Research shows that providing the right support makes a huge difference in teacher retention.  

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