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|Statement of NYSSBA Executive Director Timothy G. Kremer on the end of the 2019 Legislative Session|
State lawmakers took a number of significant steps during this legislative session to protect the health and safety of our students and to provide local school districts with new tools and flexibility to enhance educational programs.
At the same time, we also must note that some legislative actions taken this year are likely to impose new costs and unnecessary mandates on local school districts.Read the entire news release>>
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On Board Online • June 10, 2019
Timothy G. Kremer
It's June, which means it is high school graduation time! Sadly, advice to graduates is usually trite, such as "Your life is really just beginning, and the best days are to come."
But nobody really wants profundity, either. Art Buchwald said it best, "I could have said something profound, but you would have forgotten it in 15 minutes - which is the afterlife of a graduation speech."
My advice to graduates would be straightforward: Be open to an unexpected opportunity, follow your instincts, take your time to explore what you really want to do, and ask a lot of questions. And I'm sure everyone would forget it in 15 minutes.
To be memorable, a speaker has to say something quirky, like "Lower your expectations."
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