Pickler: New NSBA can 'change the conversation' about schools

June 2013
American School Board Journal;Jun2013, Vol. 200 Issue 6, pIV
The article discusses the closing General Session of the NSBA's (National School Boards Association) 2013 annual conference. It focuses on a speech by NSBA President David A. Pickler who commented how the organization will approach education advocacy and challenge U.S. education policies and lawmakers.


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