Board Policy Resources
Establishing and maintaining effective, clearly-written policy is a board's foremost responsibility and supporting board policy development is a primary mission of OSBA. Our services include comprehensive policy drafting and maintenance that meet legal requirements and your district's specific needs.
Our services include comprehensive policy drafting and maintenance that meet legal requirements and your district's specific needs.
Compliance training for employees of Oregon schools.
OSBA offers valuable services for public charter schools.
Resources for New Board Members
Various policy hot topics summarized
House Bill 3197 passed requiring boards to adopt policy requiring notification to parents/guardians when their student has an unplanned absence.
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Board Policy PublicationsLearn what policy is and the role administrative regulations play in the implementation of policy.
Learn the importance of charter policies and what’s different about them.
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Board Policy Related LinksNon-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and youth violence through the development of educational curricula and original research.
Not-for-profit organization representing state associations of school boards and their member districts across the United States.
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