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School Districts in Arizona, Colorado, and Minnesota are Featured for Outstanding Technology Initiatives

Alexandria, Va. (Jan. 22, 2014) — NSBA's Education Technology Site Visits will give education professionals the opportunity to experience firsthand innovations in education technology and the best ways to use technology in classrooms. Registration is now open for this year’s programs, sponsored by NSBA’s Technology Leadership Network (TLN). TLN helps advance the wise use of technology in K-12 education to support learning, operations, and communications

Alexandria, Va. (Jan. 9, 2014) – In response to the set of school discipline guidelines released yesterday by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice, Thomas J. Gentzel, Executive Director of the National School Boards Association (NSBA), released the following statement:

Alexandria, Va. (Jan. 6, 2014) - The National School Boards Association (NSBA), joined by other leading education groups and a state school boards association, is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to accept Easton Area Sch. Dist. v. B.H for review and to reverse the appellate court’s decision as contrary to well-established Supreme Court precedent.

Alexandria, Va. (Dec. 18, 2013) - The following statement is by the National School Boards Association Executive Director Thomas J. Gentzel praising the U.S. Senate for passing the budget plan known as the Bipartisan Budget Act, which seeks to restore many of the cuts to prek-12 education:

Highlighting Emerging Companies That Represent the Diversity of New Technology Solutions in Education
Alexandria, Va.  (Jan. 3, 2013) – The National School Boards Association (NSBA), with more than 25 years experience through its Technology Leadership Network (TLN), is pleased to announce the six companies selected for its first Technology Innovation Showcase.

“The Technology Innovation Showcase was created to highlight emerging companies that represent the diversity of new solutions in education,” said Ann Flynn, NSBA’s Director of Education Technology.

College drop-out rates continue to be high and are hindering America’s economic progress

Alexandria, Va. (Oct. 11, 2012) - A new study from the National School Board Association’s Center for Public Education shows how students can succeed once they enter college. The report, “High school rigor and good advice: Setting up students to succeed,” found that high-level courses in high school, particularly in mathematics, and college help students earn their degrees. 


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