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Viola M. Garcia of Texas’s Aldine Independent School District was elected as president of NSBA, making her the first Latina to ever hold the position. Garcia has served on her local board since 1992 and held leadership positions at the Mexican American School Board Members Association, Texas Association of School Boards, and the University of Houston-Downtown.
In response to his joint address to Congress last night, NSBA Executive Director and CEO Anna Maria Chávez praised President Biden's new vision for the future of education in America and its investments in school infrastructure and expanded universal education.
Full of challenge and change, 2020 was like no other year. NSBA's State of the Association provides a snapshot of the association's advocacy and member services work as well as our ongoing transformation.
NSBA has filed an amicus brief and provided resources surrounding a case urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule a troubling lower court decision that would limit public school officials’ ability to address online student speech that originates off-campus.
Schools are set to recieve significant federal funding from the American Rescue Plan. NSBA's Center for Public Education explores how to best use this additional funding to invest in technology-enabled school models and drive long-term transformation.
NSBA’s Council of Urban Boards of Education Announces 2021-2022 Leadership NSBA Communications
NSBA Announces National Hispanic Council 2021-2022 Leadership NSBA Communications