NSBA will provide State Associations with research, information, and other services to support local school boards in governing and leading their communities to improve student learning.
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Share Your School Board Story
Share your story and inspire others about how your local school board leadership is advancing public education in your community. Please fill out the form.
SMarT Training for School Boards (Science, Mathematics and Technology Action and Resources for School Districts)
Are you a school board member who has a question about science, mathematics, and technology education? This new site is dedicated to bringing cutting-edge science-related resources to you, the local school board member, as you assist your students and community in mastering the necessary knowledge and skills for success in the 21st Century. AAAS and NSBA jointly developed this project and launched the online tools in 2008.
School Safety Alert Partnership
Previously recalled products are one of the top hidden hazards in the home. The School Safety Alert Program alerts parents, schools and educators immediately to imminent dangers and allows them to remove potentially dangerous, even lethal, products from their homes and schools.
Transforming the Teaching Profession: NSBA Helps Build Shared Vision
May 23, 2012 - Building on collective efforts and attendance at the U.S. Department of Education’s 2012 Labor Management Conference, NSBA joined Secretary Duncan and six other national education leaders in continuing the conference’s theme of transforming the teaching profession by releasing a shared vision document that paved the way toward achieving that. Titled, Transforming the Teaching Profession, the document outlines steps that states, school districts, and the federal government must take to recruit, prepare, and support teachers through their careers.
Guiding Principles for Teacher Incentive Compensation Plans
The principles outlined in this document have been developed jointly by the American Association of School
Administrators (AASA), the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the National Education Association (NEA)
and the National School Boards Association (NSBA). The principles were designed to offer guidance to our local leaders and members if they choose to participate in the U.S. Department of Education Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grant program, which requires incentive compensation plans. Just as these principles have been developed jointly, we strongly believe that TIF incentive compensation plans—in order to be successful and sustainable as part of a school improvement system—must be developed collaboratively with the relevant stakeholders.