FOR RELEASE: September 17, 2021
Edward L. McCormick, the longtime president of the Dutchess BOCES board and member of the board of Arlington Central School district, will be recognized with the New York State School Boards Association’s highest honor for school board service.
FOR RELEASE: August 31, 2021
As the 2021-22 school year begins, New York schools will need to address learning loss and assess student well-being after more than a year of remote learning, according to a new report from the New York State School Boards Association.
FOR RELEASE: August 10, 2021
We join in the disappointment that all New Yorkers have felt following recent allegations and revelations about the conduct of Governor Andrew Cuomo and members of his administration.
FOR RELEASE: June 11, 2021
NYSSBA thanks state lawmakers for their attention during the 2021 legislative session to the needs of New York’s students and the countless operating challenges faced by school districts during the pandemic.
FOR RELEASE: May 19, 2021
New York voters approved 99.2% of school district budgets on Tuesday, May 18, according to preliminary results compiled by the New York State School Boards Association.
FOR RELEASE: April 7, 2021
NYSSBA appreciates the commitment to our students’ ongoing educational needs – as well as the extraordinary needs brought on by the global pandemic – shown in the 2021-22 budget approved by the governor and the state Legislature.
FOR RELEASE: March 19, 2021
Today’s announcement by the Centers for Disease Control, as well a similar announcement earlier this week by the World Health Organization, that three feet of separation between students in classrooms is sufficient to ensure their safety, rather than the previous guidance of six feet, offers greater flexibility for school districts to accommodate parents who want to see their children back in school.
FOR RELEASE: March 10, 2021
School districts can look ahead with renewed confidence that they will be able to deliver for their students in the coming year and beyond, thanks to today’s passage of the American Rescue Plan.
FOR RELEASE: February 23, 2021
The "digital divide" – a common term for the lack of internet access and technological devices for K-12 students – is especially consequential during the pandemic when students are remote learning, according to a new report by the New York Educational Conference Board (ECB), a coalition of seven statewide educational organizations.
FOR RELEASE: February 8, 2021
NYSSBA is pleased to congratulate Betty Rosa on her selection today as state Education Commissioner
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