Resource Library

Federal Advocacy Resources

Federal Advocacy Resources
May 21, 2012

NSBA offers support and information to Congressman Jim Moran on HR 5195, the Autism Understanding and Training in School 
Methodologies for Educators (AUTISM) Act of 2012.

Federal Advocacy Resources
May 16, 2012

Submitted to the House Committee on Education and the WorkforceSubcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary & Secondary Education for the Hearing on “Exploring State Success in Expanding Parent and Student Options”.

Federal Advocacy Resources
March 16, 2012

July 19, 2011 - NSBA expresses appreciation to Secretary Duncan and the Department of Education for their willingness to grant regulatory relief from requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.

Federal Advocacy Resources
March 5, 2012

 Charter School Research: Questions to Ask When to Understand the Findings 

 

Federal Advocacy Resources
February 27, 2012

NSBA submits comprehensive recommendations to the House Education and the Workforce Committee.

Federal Advocacy Resources
February 1, 2012

NSBA developed this guide to help school board members assess the quality of charter research and identify the limitations of its data and findings.

Federal Advocacy Resources
July 19, 2011

NSBA expresses appreciation to Secretary Duncan and the Department of Education for their willingness to grant regulatory relief from requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.

Federal Advocacy Resources
July 3, 2011

Key revisions to RTT-ELC program

Pages

Go to top