Definitions for "School Board"
1) Traditionally, a group of individuals elected to office and charged with making and enforcing school policies; 2) In modern usage, frequently applied to a group of elected inviduals who act as a front for Big Business or the local chamber of commerce; 3) Sometimes used as an allusion to idiocy or corruption: The seven drug addicts threw money away like the Seattle School Board.
a board in charge of local public schools
a legislative body of citizens called school directors who are elected locally and who serve as agents of the state legislature to provide a thorough and efficient system of education as mandated by the constitution
It is an open source project for educational stream. Here logged users can chat, can share information, articles with others. Intended to install in schools / colleages or may be small companies for better communication.
School Board Station is a Metromover station on the northwestern fringe of downtown Miami, Florida. It is the northern end of the people mover system.
School Boards in Scotland were involved in determining the overall policies, objectives and ethos at the school. Boards have a special duty to promote good relationships between the school, its parents and the community and also form a channel for the flow of information between these groups. School Boards were introduced in 1988 as part of the Govemment's policy of encouraging parental involvement in schools.
a superintendent's checks and balances system when the person in charge goes on automatic pilot
a corporate body that oversees and manages a public school district's affairs, personnel and properties
Keywords:  agency, government
a government agency