Artificial Intelligence and schools, the rural teacher shortage, and the upcoming CUBE Annual Conference are among the topics that Publisher Renée Joe highlights in this issue of ASBJ.
When NSBA Executive Director and CEO John Heim turns to an Artificial Intelligence-driven chatbot for writing assistance, he’s left with a few choice words.
New NSBA President Kristi Swett introduces herself and her passion for NASA’s space program, school and community engagement, and the future of NSBA.
School staffing shortages are even more severe in rural areas, where district leaders must come up with creative solutions to attract teachers.
The right beliefs, values, and attitudes help boards govern effectively.
AI pioneer Adam Cheyer urges school boards to gather information and create policies for the coming wave of technology.
An educated and informed school board is essential to the formation of an excellent public education system, says CUBE Steering Committee Chair Gill Garrett.
A Minnesota district gets communication support to pass a levy.
Artificial intelligence applications are already at work in K-12 education.
The use of Native American team names and mascots continues to pose legal issues for public schools.