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Federal Advocacy Resources
March 27, 2015

A coalition of education organizations dedicated to advocating for the full funding of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) submitted this letter to both the Senate and House Subcommittees on

Federal Advocacy Resources
March 26, 2015

Along with 52 other members of the National Coalition for Public Education (NCPE),  NSBA opposes any amendment to Fiscal 2016 Senate Budget Resolution (S. Con Res.

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 30, 2015

NSBA supports high academic standards, including Common Core standards, that are voluntarily adopted by states with local school board input and free from federal direction, federal mandates, funding conditions or coercion.

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 29, 2015

Proposed accountability rules for teacher preparation programs could have significant  impact on local school districts. NSBA calls for local governance and flexibility for school districts, which prepare and employ millions of teachers.

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 27, 2015

This document provides background information on the following legislative advocacy items that will be discussed in the 2015 Advocacy Institute

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 26, 2015

This document provides background information on the following legal advocacy items that will be discussed in the 2015 Advocacy Institute

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 26, 2015

This document provides the background materials for public advocacy items discussed during the 2015 Advocacy Instiute.  Topics include:

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 26, 2015

Complete this contact sheet and share with NSBA following your meetings. The sheet will help you to know the Representative/Senator stands on key issues such as ESEA Reauthorization, Child Nutrition, Federal Funding, and additional issues. 

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 26, 2015

Use this template to help you keep track of your schedule for your day on the Hill, as well as key issues to discuss.

Federal Advocacy Resources
January 26, 2015

This appendix will provide you with information concerning Capitol Hill security, U.S. Capitol floor plan, House & Senate office building maps, and a map of the DC metro system.

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