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Board Leadership

Board Leadership
February 21, 2008
Highly effective boards have a strong student achievement plan in place and then align all aspects of the district's resources and operations to achieve it.
Board Leadership
January 21, 2008
This article from the January 2008 issue of The American School Board Journal covers the terms and concepts every school board member needs to know to understand assessment data.
Board Leadership
August 21, 2006
This issue of NSBA’s Leadership Insider includes articles on legal liability for harassment, bullying, and cyberbullying; as well as finding common ground on divisive issues like how to deal with harassment based on sexual orientation.
Board Leadership
March 21, 2006
In this article from The American School Board Journal, two former superintendents discuss the keys to creating a positive school district culture.
Board Leadership
January 21, 2006
An American School Board Journal advisor column.
Board Leadership
December 21, 2005
This article from the December 2005 issue of American School Board Journal tells why school boards should pay close attention to the attitudes and expectations of students and staff.
Board Leadership
February 21, 2003
School districts might consider adopting performance assessments as a component of their total assessment program. This article discusses what the research says about performance assessment.
Board Leadership

Targeted to board members and administrators, this PowerPoint presentation can be used as is or adapted to help bring attention to and manage food allergies in schools.

Board Leadership
NSBA's Council of Urban Boards of Education surveyed more than 32,000 students in 15 urban districts to learn how students perceived their school environment in five areas: school safety; bullying; trust, respect and ethos of caring; racial self-concept; and general concept.
Board Leadership
The Council of Urban Boards of Education's second school climate survey, Where We Teach, surveyed teacher and building principals on eight major themes: safety, professional development, expectations, bullying, professional climate, parental involvement, influence of race, and trust, respect, and et

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