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Two New NSBA Resources
NSBA commends the U.S. House Appropriations Committee for passing a fiscal year 2022 spending bill that would increase funding for the U.S. Department of Education by 41 percent. The proposed increases are absolutely vital to address three huge challenges facing America’s public schools and students.
NSBA is pleased to announced that Chief Advocacy Officer Chip Slaven has assumed leadership of NSBA as interim Executive Director and CEO. Slaven previously served as NSBA’s Chief Advocacy Officer and brings extensive government relations and legal experience to the role.
NSBA’s 2021-22 President Dr. Viola M. Garcia reflects on the questions that the pandemic has posed to public education and encourages school board members to strengthen their resolve.
NSBA has filed an amicus brief and provided resources surrounding a case urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule a troubling lower court decision that would limit public school officials’ ability to address online student speech that originates off-campus.
Following NAEP’s release of the disappointing 2019 science assessment results, NSBA’s Center for Public Education explores the strong connection between school infrastructure and science education.
NSBA’s Council of Urban Boards of Education Announces 2021-2022 Leadership NSBA Communications
NSBA Announces National Hispanic Council 2021-2022 Leadership NSBA Communications