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Stars of Sitcom 'Living Single' to Speak at CUBE 2024

The stars of the beloved sitcom "Living Single" — Kim Coles, Kim Fields, and Erika Alexander — will join us at the CUBE 2024 Annual Conference! Reserve your seat today! Register by July 19 to save $100.

  • NOW AVAILABLE! NSBA Legal Desk Reference on School Law

    April 17, 2024

    Written by the NSBA legal team and produced in collaboration with Lexis-Nexis, The Federal Public School Law Guidebook provides an overview of federal law affecting public school operations and policy development in many areas, including civil rights, employment, special education, and more.

  • NSBA Partners with TeachAI, Leading Education Organizations to Launch Foundational Policy Ideas for AI in Education, a New Resource for Education Leaders and Policymakers

    April 16, 2024

    TeachAI has announced the launch of a groundbreaking resource for education leaders and policymakers – Foundational Policy Ideas for AI in Education. The National School Boards Association (NSBA) worked alongside several leading education organizations in the development of this resource designed to help education leaders and policymakers navigate the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) in education.

  • Thousands Attend NSBA’s Annual Conference and Exposition in New Orleans

    April 9, 2024

    The energy was electric at NSBA 2024 as thousands of education leaders convened in New Orleans to shape the future of education! From dynamic student performances to insightful discussions with icons like Ruby Bridges, each moment underscored our collective commitment to public education. Click "continue reading" to see photo and video highlights from the conference, including appearances by a few superheroes.

  • Three School Districts Earn Top Honors in the 2024 Magna Awards

    March 7, 2024

    New York’s Orleans/Niagara Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Oklahoma’s Lawton Public Schools, and Maryland’s Prince George’s County Public Schools are the Grand Prize winners in the 29th annual Magna Awards program sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s flagship magazine, American School Board Journal (ASBJ).

  • NSBA Hosts Nearly 1,000 Education Leaders for Equity Symposium and Advocacy Institute

    February 2, 2024

    Nearly 1,000 attendees representing 42 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, and the Virgin Islands convened in Washington, D.C., for NSBA’s Equity Symposium (Jan. 27) and Advocacy Institute (Jan. 28-30).

  • NSBA’s Rural Virtual Summit Draws Hundreds of Education Leaders from Across the U.S.

    December 13, 2023

    On Dec. 13, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) held its first-ever virtual rural summit to address the intricate challenges and opportunities within rural education. Through engaging sessions with national experts, the event provided participants with valuable insights and strategies to navigate the unique landscape of rural education. Video from the summit is now available.

  • NSBA Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

    November 1, 2023

    At NSBA, our National American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Council of School Board Members promotes quality education for all students with emphasis on the challenges and successes of the American Indian and Alaska Native student. Watch Stephanie Thompson, president of the Farmington Municipal Schools School Board in New Mexico, and Western Regional Director of the AIAN Council, discuss her educational and career journey from high school student to school board president and advocate for students.

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Call for Proposals: The NSBA 2025 Annual Conference

The NSBA Annual Conference is the premier conference for public education leaders because of your engagement and contributions. We invite you to lead a breakout session at NSBA 2025 in Atlanta, April 4-6. We have expanded our programming to focus on topics of critical interest to school board members, superintendents, and education leaders from across the country, no matter the size of their district. The submission deadline is Friday, August 2.

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U.S. Supreme Court Makes It Easier for Employees to Claim Discriminatory Transfer Decision

The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Muldrow v. City of St. Louis, Missouri could create concerns for school district employers.