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Our Position on Special Education and IDEA

NSBA takes a strategic approach to special education legislation, emphasizing improved outcomes for students with disabilities.

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NSBA's Actions in Support of Education Technology and E-Rate

Read about NSBA’s actions in support of E-Rate, including increasing funding: letters to the Administration and federal agencies, comments, and grassroots calls to action.

Background on Education Technology and E-Rate

E-Rate, the Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, was first authorized in 1996 to help high-need schools and libraries get Internet access.

NSBA’s Position on Education Technology and E-Rate

NSBA supports E-Rate 2.0 to increase the quality and speed of Internet access in schools and address remaining technology gaps.

NSBA's Actions in Support of Child Nutrition in Schools

NSBA advocates for federal funding for child nutrition in schools: letters to Congress and federal agencies, comments, and grassroots calls to action.

Background on Child Nutrition in Schools

Learn more about current and proposed legislation on child nutrition in schools: the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) of 2010 and HR 3663.

NSBA’s Position on School Nutrition

NSBA is committed to fostering a healthy and positive learning environment for children to succeed, and federal school meal programs are important.

NSBA's Actions in Support of Early Childhood Education

Read about NSBA’s actions in support of early childhood education, including Head Start: letters to federal agencies, comments, and grassroots calls to action.

Background on Early Childhood Education

Research has proven that quality preschool programs can raise student achievement. NSBA partners with national education associations to promote early childhood education.

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