The National Black Council of School Board Members (NBC) serves in an advisory capacity to the NSBA in matters affecting NSBA’s policy and program issues and serves to foster an organizational culture based on sound education research, assessment, and evaluation principles.
The purpose of NBC is to promote quality education for all students with emphasis on the problems and successes of Black students. A listing of the NBC Board of Directors is available here, and a map of NSBA's regions is available here.
The National Black Council Nominating Committee met on January 22, 2020 and slated candidates who applied through the regular application process. In accordance with NBC bylaws, members of the National Black Council who are in good standing as of March 1, 2020 may run from the floor for positions that will be open in April 2020:
- Chair Elect (2-year term 2020-2022)
- Secretary (2-year term 2020-2022)
- Central Region Director (2-year term 2020-2022)
- Northeast Region Director (2-year term 2020-2022)
- Western Region Director (2-year term 2020-2022)
Read NBC's bylaws.
Members receive access to several exclusive benefits, including:
- Virtual networking: The NBC online community provides a central location to access reports and research, a discussion forum to connect with school members across the country around issues impacting Black students, and an event calendar.
- Content and research: Webinars, podcasts, and other resources provide timely content and research updates.
- Conferences: NBC members receive a discount upon registering for the NBC meal event at the NSBA Annual Conference.
The National Black Council of School Board Members (NBC) has several membership offerings from which to choose: