2012 March Advocate homepage

2012 March Advocate homepage

A different set of 3 Rs
The 76th annual KSBA conference was kicked off in uproarious style – but with a serious message—by Murray Banks, who outlined for board teams his strategies for them to re-energize, recharge and refocus.

Expert advice
It’s not unusual for experts to speak at a KSBA annual conference, but they usually are from the world of education, not private industry. This year, school board members listened attentively as representatives from Kentucky’s largest employers evaluated the graduates produced by their districts.

Holliday suggests belt-tightening, revenue-raising options

Directors-at-large re-elected to KSBA's board

From the magazine

On the cover
KSBA's 76th annual conference got off to a rousing start with a performance by the Lincoln County Chamber Singers. The group sang the Star Spangled Banner while the Lincoln County Junior Guard (not pictured) presented the colors.  
 
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TheKentucky School Advocateis published 10 times a year by the Kentucky School Boards Association. Copies are mailed to KSBA members as part of their association membership. One additional issue each year is published exclusively on KSBA’s website.

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