How many teachers never set foot in other schools in their own district? The Bowling Green Independent district has set up a regular schedule to make sure teachers get a chance to watch their peers in action – and learn from them.
In most cases, a picture of a school board taken three or four decades ago would have shown five men sitting around a table. These days, it’s common for two, three or even five (see picture above) of those board members to be women. Celebrate School Board Recognition by taking a look at the demographic change.
Almost half the crowd at KSBA’s annual winter training event was made up of newly elected board members. They’ll be starting off on solid footing after getting a practical primer from the plenary speaker.
School technology experts outlined trends and gave board members tips on budgeting for technology – and how not to buy it.
Nearly 100 newly elected school board members took advantage of a boot camp offered during KSBA's Winter Symposium, designed to provide them with the basics to get started in their new positions.