By: Laurie A. McCarthy, Esquire
Date: August 23, 2021
Since March of 2020, school boards have been in the public eye far more than ever before. Virtual meetings have increased public attendance, and school boards have had to address many challenging and heated topics surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and education.
With summer winding down and schools getting ready to open for the Fall, Keystone Education Radio, the official podcast of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, created a podcast episode to help communities better understand the role and authority of school boards. Keystone Education Radio created this episode to be shared broadly, to inform community members, and to support collaborative and effective relationships between elected school board members and their constituency.
You can listen to the episode by clicking here. Feel free to share with others in your school community.
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