See colleagues and other public education leaders in person at the NSBA 2022 Annual Conference & Exposition. Reconnect, strengthen our communities, and increase students’ academic achievement! Attend in person or select online sessions from the comfort of your home or office. Save up to $100--register by Jan. 14!
August 24, 2021
Nearly 17 million public school students in the U.S. lack adequate access to high-speed broadband and/or internet devices. In our new video, a ninth grader in rural Oregon and a first grade teacher in urban Maryland share their experiences with the homework gap.
July 27, 2021
Since 2008, the number of homeless students has increased by 100%. NSBA’s Center for Public Education examines the data behind homeless students to better understand who they are so that policymakers can better serve them.
June 11, 2021
Following NAEP’s release of the disappointing 2019 science assessment results, NSBA’s Center for Public Education explores the strong connection between school infrastructure and science education.
April 26, 2021
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.
March 29, 2021
NSBA's Center for Public Education explores the results of the 2016 NAEP assessments in music and visual arts and the importance of music in K-12 education, finding that it is critical to creating personalized learning opportunities.
February 4, 2021
School leaders and educators are not only role models to students, but also visionaries of democratic education. One way to nurture democratic citizenship is to engage students in the governing process of local school boards.
January 28, 2021
In response to several executive orders President Biden signed on his first day in office, NSBA has produced three FAQ guides to assist state school boards associations in addressing member questions about how local policies may be affected by the change in federal approach.
School leaders across the country are actively seeking a less disruptive way to minimize risk beyond sending students home to quarantine. To provide more understanding of school practices in COVID-19 testing and quarantine, NSBA's Center for Public Education (CPE) conducted research on the following questions: What is the current trend of COVID-19 cases among K-12 students? How do states support and implement policies of COVID-19 testing and quarantine in K-12 schools? And, how do school districts implement COVID-19 testing and quarantine?
NSBA’s Center for Public Education studied data sources in health and education at all levels of government to provide a comprehensive national picture on vaccines, face masks, and instructional models during the 2021-22 school year.