NSBA Annual Conference 2020
Join more than 7,000 school board members, superintendents, and education leaders from across the country and around the globe at the NSBA Annual Conference and Exposition. Gain ideas and strategies through more than 200 programming sessions, workshops, speakers, site visits and exhibitors, on cutting-edge content, best practices, and the freshest ideas to support student achievement.
Visit eBOARDsolutions at Booth #617 to receive:
- A personalized demonstration of Simbli, featuring the Core Four (Meetings, Planning, Policies, Evaluations), our award-winning board management software solution
- Helpful product information including brochures, case studies, and success stories
- Your chance to win fantastic prizes in Simbli’s prize wheel
- Simbli swag – prizes, giveaways, and more
Workshops We Love
Friday, April 3rd – 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Title: The Work of Highly Effective School Boards and the Challenges of Poverty
Location: McCormick Place West, W194AB
Description: Highly effective school boards ensure that they align their work and engage stakeholders to focus on student achievement. These school boards take a team approach, plan strategically, understand and use data and technology and conduct superintendent evaluations and board self-assessments that clearly align with the most important work of the district. This session led by two experienced board trainers and an outstanding superintendent will focus on these best practices.
Presenters: Tony Arasi, Director of Board Development – Georgia School Boards Association, Mark Willis, Assistant Executive Director – Georgia School Boards Association, and Samantha Fuhrey, Superintendent – Newton County Schools, GA
Saturday, April 4th – 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM
Title: Top 10 Strategies to Take Your Board to the Next Level
Location: McCormick Place West, W470A
Description: What you do and how you do it matters. Learn key strategies your board and superintendent can implement to become highly effective and drive student success. From the basics of teamwork and conducting effective meetings, to the complexities of strategic planning and execution, using technology and data, aligning your work, and engaging stakeholders, you will learn practical strategies that can make a difference and take your governance team to the next level.
Presenters: Mark Willis, Assistant Executive Director – Georgia School Boards Association, and Samantha Fuhrey, Superintendent – Newton County Schools, GA