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Federal Advocacy Resources
November 13, 2014

NSBA conducted a pulse poll of school leaders to assess the financial and operational impact of the federal child nutrition law called the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Nearly 650 responses from at least 36 states provide the snapshot below.

Federal Advocacy Resources
September 30, 2014
National School Boards Association Comments on Proposed Rule Making re.Title I – Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, September 30, 2013
Federal Advocacy Resources
August 13, 2014

Current federal law permits foreign students to enroll in public elementary and secondary schools if they have been granted an F-1 visa. However, these students may not be enrolled beyond one year under this visa and must return to their country of origin.

Federal Advocacy Resources
August 13, 2014

The responsibility for education resides with the states which, in turn, have delegated substantial authority to local educational agencies, which are governed by local school boards.

Federal Advocacy Resources
August 4, 2014

USDA proposal to provide technical assistance to struggling school districts is insufficient to address the difficulties in complying with the child nutrition law.

Federal Advocacy Resources
May 19, 2014

NSBA calls for school district flexibility and improvements in implementation of school meals and other child nutrition regulations.

Federal Advocacy Resources
May 12, 2014

NSBA and Rebuild America's Schools coalition forwarded a letter to Senate Leaders supporting a two-year extension for Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZABs), which are used by school districts in every state to renovate, repair, and modernize school buildings and classrooms.

 

Federal Advocacy Resources
April 1, 2014

NSBA is acutely aware of the operational and financial impact of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act/PL 111-296 on school districts, and that this impact goes far beyond the school food authority (SFA) to the larger instructional enterprise.

Federal Advocacy Resources
March 31, 2014

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