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CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

Explore the responsibilities and crucial roles elected officials play in bringing forward solutions for closing the opportunity and achievement gaps for every child with a specific focus on underrepresented students.

CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

In 2013, the Virginia School Boards Association devised a proactive plan to create a state Task Force on Schools in Challenging Environments.

CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

This report is referenced in the 2015 CUBE Summer Issues Seminar session "How to Create a Task Force on Schools in Challenging Environments."

CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

Learn how the 3000+ members of NSBA’s Council of School Attorneys stay up to date on crucial legal issues affecting public schools, collaborate with colleagues on tricky issues facing their clients, and plug into the NSBA Legal Advocacy program.

CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

Next to policy decisions, the selection, evaluation and retention of the superintendent are among the most important functions of a school board.

CUBE Conference Presentations
July 21, 2015

The most imperative responsibility for each public educational district in our nation is to provide every student with a high quality, free, equitable and public education.

CUBE Conference Presentations
October 4, 2014

Education policies have helped promote advances in student achievement in the past two decades, but not yet at a level suitable to prepare a U.S. workforce with the skills and knowledge demanded by universities and employers in a global economy.

CUBE Conference Presentations
October 4, 2014

The digital divide, in brief, is the gap between people who have access to computer technology and people who don't. It appears that, even as record numbers of Americans go online, the gap may be growing. Before it can be closed, the questions of who is caught in it—and why—must be answered.

CUBE Conference Presentations
October 3, 2014

One of the most vexing problems in American education is the achievement gap. Schools and districts across the country are tackling the problem in different ways.

CUBE Conference Presentations
October 3, 2014

A versatile leader, Alberto M. Carvalho is the self-appointed principal of two award-winning schools – the Primary Learning Center and the iPrep Academy, and serves as president of the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents.

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