NSBA joined 41 national education, healthcare, disability, and child welfare organizations in a letter urging members of Congress to support vital healthcare for students with disabilities and students in poverty, and vote "no" on The American Health Care Act.
NSBA letter "Helping Students Succeed Through the Power of School Choice" asks the U.S.
Since the enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) on December 10, 2015, the U.S. Department of Education has focused on implementation, which includes a broad range of both formal regulatory actions and non-regulatory guidance.
NSBA writes the Senate HELP Committee on the nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education.
NSBA urges Congress to provide the necessary support to school districts to ensure that students have access to high-quality career and technical education programs with a strong academic component and credentialing. Modernizing the Carl D.
NSBA is deeply committed to fostering a healthy and positive learning environment for children to achieve their full potential.
Increasing the federal share of funding for special education is paramount, and should be addressed before considering future funding for new programs that may not have proven results for program effectiveness.
NSBA urges Congress to take immediate action to mitigate the effects of the U.S. Department of Labor recently approved overtime regulations and immediately pass legislation that will provide much needed relief to local school boards members in meeting the new rule requirements.
On November 2, 2016, the National School Boards Association submitted public comment in response to the U.S.
NSBA represents state school boards associations and their more than 90,000 local school board members. We believe education is a civil right, and public education is America’s most vital institution.