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The New York State Educational Conference Board is comprised of the Conference of Big 5 School Districts, New York State Council of School Superintendents, New York State PTA, New York State School Boards Association, New York State United Teachers, and the School Administrators Association of New York State.

Together, we speak on behalf of parents, teachers, administrators and board members from every one of New York’s public schools – and for the students they serve.

About the Member Organizations

The Conference of Big 5 School Districts – The Conference of Big 5 School Districts was founded as a membership organization representing the school systems of New York State’s five largest cities of Buffalo, New York City, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers.

New York State Council of School Superintendents – The Council is a professional and advocacy organization with over a century of service to school superintendents, and recently assistant superintendents, in New York State.

New York State PTA – PTA is a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.

The New York State School Boards AssociationNYSSBA serves nearly 660 local school boards and boards of cooperative educational services (BOCES), representing almost 5,000 members – nearly half the elected officials in the state.

New York State United Teachers NYSUT represents more than 600,000 teachers, school-related professionals, academic and professional faculty in higher education, professionals in education and health care, and retirees. 

School Administrators Association of New York State SAANYS provides service, advocacy, and supporting benefits to over 7,200 public school principals, assistant principals, directors, and supervisors in the majority of New York’s public schools and BOCES.

John Yagielski, Chair

Email: chair@NYSECB.org

New York State

Educational Conference Board

– NYSECB –

Together, Advocating for New York's Public Schools
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