NSBA's Center for Public Education explores the results of the 2016 NAEP assessments in music and visual arts and the importance of music in K-12 education, finding that it is critical to creating personalized learning opportunities.
January 7, 2021
NSBA President Charlie Wilson reflects on the events of Jan. 6 and their impact on education in a message to the NSBA community.
November 20, 2020
NSBA hosted the inaugural event for its “Public School Transformation Now!” campaign on Oct. 27, bringing together national education experts for a conversation how to transform public school learning for each student.
November 12, 2020
Enrollment numbers play a big role in determining how funding gets allocated. But the current pandemic has dramatically changed the amount of students enrolled in their local public schools. NSBA’s Center for Public Education investigates the data to explore how enrollment changes will affect K-12 funding.
August 10, 2020
The pandemic has highlighted many areas that need improvement in the American education system. NSBA’s Center for Public Education analyzed data collected during remote learning to assist school leaders in making informed decisions that will promote positive transformations in education.
August 3, 2020
NSBA's Center for Safe Schools will host its inaugural School Safety Virtual Summit, September 16-17 to provide school leaders and other stakeholders with the critical opportunity to come together and collaboratively support a comprehensive approach to student and school safety during this singular moment in history. The event will feature expert speakers and networking opportunities organized around pivotal school safety issues.
July 10, 2020
As states and school districts consider different reopening options, data about school personnel become critical for school leaders to seek creative solutions to meet challenges brought about by the pandemic.
June 23, 2020
The Center for Public Education selected relevant data from the Condition of Education to help school leaders not only monitor the educational progress of Black students, but also rethink what public schools can do better for Black students.
School leaders and educators are not only role models to students, but also visionaries of democratic education. One way to nurture democratic citizenship is to engage students in the governing process of local school boards.
In response to several executive orders President Biden signed on his first day in office, NSBA has produced three FAQ guides to assist state school boards associations in addressing member questions about how local policies may be affected by the change in federal approach.