The NSBA Center for Safe Schools is open to everyone who supports a shared goal of providing safe and secure learning environments for students and school staff. AllAccess subscription to the NSBA Center for Safe Schools provides users with additional unique information, resources and networking opportunities.
Subscribers to AllAccess will receive the following resources:
- Daily News Briefing – A daily news briefing selected from thousands of sources to keep you up to date on the latest news impacting school safety delivered right to your inbox.
- Webinars – A series of subscriber only webinars through the year, featuring the nation’s leading thought leaders, provides the opportunity to interact with thinkers and experts who are driving change and fostering improvements in the field of school safety.
- Quarterly Digital Newsletter – A quarterly newsletter providing unique content on national issues and best practices related to the NSBA Center for Safe Schools’ four key areas.
- The Center for Safe Schools Online Discussion Group – Online communities to provide networking opportunities in an environment designed for sharing ideas and innovative thinking.
- Resource Library – A subscriber only digital library which includes articles, publications and webinars created specifically for the NSBA Center for Safe Schools.
Choose from two premium subscription options:
School District AllAccess Subscription - $99 annually
Available to school board members and employees of a local school district that holds membership in one of the state school boards associations represented by NSBA. This discount also applies to designated school resource officers.
General AllAccess Subscription – $199 annually
Available to individuals with an interest in understanding how to support our schools and communities to make them safe, secure and positive environments.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- Parents and guardians
- Community members
- Law enforcement
- Emergency responders
- School board members and employees of a local school district who do not hold membership in one of the state school boards associations represented by NSBA