Addressing issues caused by post-pandemic declining enrollment and an aging population, supporting board development, and the upcoming CUBE Conference are among the topics that Publisher Renée Joe highlights in this issue of ASBJ.
New NSBA Executive Director and CEO Verjeana McCotter-Jacobs knows firsthand the challenges and the deep satisfaction that comes with being a school board member.
School board members are, by nature, problem-solvers, says NSBA President Kristi Swett: “Many of us ran for the school board because we saw issues and wanted to be part of the solution.”
Post-pandemic declining enrollment and demographic changes pose particular challenges for small and rural districts.
Review your data policies as we enter a new era of data policies.
Swearing in a new school board member? Use the opportunity to renew the whole board’s commitments.
Moving from a focus on athletics, band, and cheerleaders to administration, budgets, and curriculum can help lay the foundation for a strong school board.
School facilities that are safe, adaptable, sustainable, and equipped with technological upgrades are integral to providing students with the highest quality education possible, writes Gill Garrett, chair of the CUBE Steering Committee.
A California CCO provides resources for other comms professionals looking to do more with less.
History and civics results show students need critical thinking and analytical skills.
The student mental health crisis demands immediate attention.