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Two years after the pandemic brought the homework gap into the stark light of reality, access for students is starting to improve slightly. But much work remains. In this issue, ASBJ includes three articles looking at ongoing efforts to eliminate inequities in broadband access. For the cover story, “Vital Connections,” Contributing Editor Glenn Cook traveled to Oklahoma to talk to school board members, students, parents, teachers, and administrators about the challenges of rural broadband connections.
During his address at NSBA’s Annual Conference, new NSBA President Frank Henderson thanked the people who supported and encouraged him during his career while outlining a vision for public education that ensures that each child is “given the individualized, specialized, and tailored opportunity to succeed and reach their God-given potential…because every student matters.”
Orlando, FL April 01 - April 03, 2023
As you and your communities struggle to come to terms with school shootings and related school violence the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) has put together a comprehensive list of resources.
Emphasizing real-life projects that benefit the community helps a CTE program in rural Virginia raise the bar for student engagement and learning.
We continue to update our coronavirus page with information and resources to help schools follow federal, state, and local health authorities’ guidelines on current measures to determine the right actions for their individual communities. Our commitment at NSBA is — first and foremost — to ensure the health and safety of our members and staff and the students and school personnel in our charge.