Massey looks back on year as NSBA president

June 2013
American School Board Journal;Jun2013, Vol. 200 Issue 6, pIV
The article discusses the second General Session of the NSBA's (National School Board Association) 2013 annual conference. It focuses on a speech by outgoing NSBA President C. Ed Massey, who commented on his travels across the U.S. as well as to Finland and Estonia during his presidency, his efforts to increase education advocacy, and the importance of local school board governance.


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