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Six-foot-long tables, super-sized bags of beans and rice, and high spirits filled a good portion of Exhibit Hall 2 of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio Friday as early attendees at the National School Boards Association Annual Conference pitched in for a community service...

Want to attract and retain talent in your school district? Help students and staff maximize their potential? Achieve the goals described in your district’s mission statement?

Then be committed to diversity and inclusion.

That was the message of NSBA’s Friday preconference...

Women make up the overwhelming majority of K-12 education jobs. Despite this majority, women continue to face sexual harassment, sex discrimination, and gender bias in the workplace.

Presenters Karla Schultz and Joey Moore, both of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle law firm in...

More than 7,000 school leaders, exhibitors, and speakers are gathering in San Antonio for NSBA’s Annual Conference. They will hear inspiring and informative speakers, learn about new and different ways to increase student achievement, and discover how national education trends will shape their...

There is no ordinary day in our public schools. Great things are happening but often go unnoticed. Extraordinary teaching and learning and acts of heroism take place during every hour, every day, every year.

Stand Up 4 Public Schools,...

NSBA joined a large group of national organizations representing public officials and their attorneys in an amicus brief supporting the state of South Dakota’s attempt to collect sales tax from online retailers...

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Can a high school athlete take a knee during the national anthem? Can teachers participate in off-campus political action? Is student protest protected speech?

We Americans are accustomed to speaking our minds with the expectation that we won’t be arrested or silenced no matter how...

February 14, 2018 started as just another school day and ended, like too many others, as one more day of carnage and tragedy. The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida stunned the nation but somehow did not shock it, as a kind of numbness washes over American...

NSBA Executive Director & CEO Thomas J. Gentzel today released the following statement in response to the Trump Administration’s proposed FY 2018-19 budget:

“Programs that support teacher and principal recruitment, preparation and retention, and student academic enrichment should not...

NSBA is pleased to report that a federal district court judge in New York has issued a nationwide preliminary injunction in Vidal v. Nielsen (New York v. Trump), a case in which NSBA and other national educational organizations filed an amicus brief supporting plaintiffs challenging the DACA...

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