MSBA Delegate Assembly

Help shape MSBA’s legislative agenda! Friday, August 30, is the deadline for school board members and superintendents to nominate board members to serve two-year terms as Delegates for the 2019-2020 MSBA Delegate Assembly. School board members may also submit self-nominations. Each December, Delegates discuss and vote on legislative resolutions submitted by…

The 2018 MSBA Delegate Assembly approved 17 legislative resolutions Saturday, December 1, in Minneapolis. The Delegate Assembly — comprised of public school board members from across the state — debated and voted on resolutions to help set MSBA’s legislative priorities for the 2019 legislative session and beyond. Among the noteworthy resolutions,…

Each year, Minnesota public school boards help shape MSBA’s legislative agenda. This grass-roots process starts with our school boards — or individual school board members, like you — writing legislative resolutions (and adopting them through board action) before sending them to MSBA. Think of a resolution as something on your…

The 2016 MSBA Delegate Assembly approved 16 new legislative resolutions Saturday, December 3, in Minneapolis. These new legislative resolutions will be added to MSBA’s Legislative Policies and help form MSBA’s platform for the 2017 legislative session and beyond. More than 120 school board member Delegates debated and voted on 24…

The MSBA Delegate Assembly — comprised of 117 public school board member Delegates — approved 14 new legislative resolutions during the Delegate Assembly conference December 5 in Minneapolis. These new resolutions will be added to MSBA’s Legislative Policies. These policies establish the direction of MSBA’s lobbying efforts on the behalf…

The Delegate Assembly nomination period for school board Delegates has been reopened for MSBA Areas that are currently underrepresented. Those Areas are Area 3, Area 4, Area 5, Area 6, Area 8, Area 9, Area 11, Area 13, Area 14, Area 20, Area 21, Area 23, Area 24, Area 25,…

During the 2014 MSBA Delegate Assembly, Delegates overwhelmingly passed a resolution to support the Border-to-Border Broadband effort in our state. High-speed broadband service in every home in Minnesota allows teachers to extend learning beyond the classroom and expands learning for all students. Cities and counties around the state see this…

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