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a board in charge of local public schools


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This decision comes after Boards of Education submitted their 2009-10 balanced budgets by June 30, based on expected revenues for the coming school year.
Through a shared services approach, school business administrators can shift debt from the school budget to a municipal budget, which then provides municipalities with greater access to grants, including the "Safe Street to School" grant provided by the Department of Transportation, "Green Acres" grant and community development grants, that help offset costs, which are otherwise not available to the Boards of Education. In addition, school boards eliminate the need for a referendum, minimize financing fees, expedite the financing and approvals processes and gain access to additional building sites not otherwise available.
The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) is one of 30 national organizations that receive assistance from CDC to help schools provide effective health education to prevent the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
(1.) National Association of State Boards of Education. Someone at school has AIDS: a complete guide to education policies concerning HIV infection.
The school board is also seeking advice from Connecticut Association of Boards of Education on how to pursue a search for a new superintendent, which Mr.
The National Governors Association, Council of Chief State School Officers, and the National Association of State Boards of Education jointly devised recommendations in 11 areas in order to achieve America's education goals for every student since the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001.
Some of the things that I have seen happen within boards of education are too shameful to acknowledge.
What I found interesting and disturbing was the apparent attitude of superintendents that they determine the need for bond issues and not the local boards of education. In North Carolina, school systems are dependent on local county commissions for their funding, which includes bond issues.
It is a source of information for Alaska's educational policy makers, including legislators, the Governor, the State Board of Education & Early Development, local boards of education, parents, and communities.