We are pleased to unveil an all-new, redesigned website. As the leading advocate for public education, our new website is a significant step to offer information and resources about public education and local governance.

We reworked the functionality and layout to provide an easier way to learn about NSBA’s mission and our work. We hope you consider the site a portal of source information about public education.

We improved menu functionality by offering direct connection to specific resources that are most relevant to you via the navigation at the bottom on the page. We’re using the most advanced search tool so you can see and access related information from various areas of NSBA. The site is also fully responsive on mobile devices, enhancing speed and making it easy to navigate on all browsers and portable devices.

The Center for Public Education’s reports are now on this site, so they are easily accessible. We continue to migrate content, so please contact us at centerforpubliced@nsba.org if there is a report you don’t see. We’ll send you the information you want quickly.

Our award-winning magazine, ASBJ, is easier to read, and our new format allows us to provide more video content.

We hope you find the new website easy to use, a valuable resource and responsive across all your mobile devices.

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please email us at info@nsba.org.

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