On Board Online • September 1, 2014
By the New York State Association of School Attorneys
About 17 percent of children between the ages of two and 19 are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To combat this alarming statistic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has enacted the “Smart Snacks in School Rules,” which took effect on July 1.
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|Poll: Training on Common Core implementation would benefit school boards|
FOR RELEASE: September 2, 2014
CONTACT: Al Marlin
As schools begin their third year of implementing Common Core standards, one-third of school board members responding to a recent poll say their board needs more knowledge about what constitutes college and career readiness.
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NYSSBA Legislative Priority Campaign
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- Aid Adjustment Due to Loss of Tax Base 153KB
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- Develop a Combined Regents Diploma and Associate’s Degree 173KB
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