Latest News

Our news feed is a collection of announcements and updates from NASBE, in addition to the latest articles from Healthline Review, Headline Review, NASBE in the News, Federal Updates and Study Group Reports.

Kansas State Board of Education member Ken Willard, an avowed conservative, explains why he supports the Common Core State Standards. View Full Article

Read More

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION The Mississippi State Board of Education seeks an individual with proven education reform leadership and previous successful professional experience to administer the Mississippi Department of Education and lead the state’s primary and secondary schools. The salary will be in the range of $300,000, plus an excellent state benefits package.  Final salary […]

Read More

This Week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Iowa State Board weighs new rules on early start waivers; National Teacher of the Year poses questions at NASBE conference about the future of education; Indiana governor pulls state out of PARCC consortium; more… View Full Post

Read More

Arlington, Va. — Michael Flanagan, superintendent of the Michigan Department of Education and chair of the state board of education, is being awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). The national award is given annually to a NASBE member in recognition of outstanding service to public education. […]

Read More

On the off chance people were looking for a lively discussion about the connections between the Common Core State Standards and teacher evaluations on a mid-summer Sunday afternoon, they would have found it at the National Association of State Boards of Education’s annual conference in Arlington, Va., on July 28. View Full Post

Read More

Arlington, Va. — Gov. James B. Hunt, former Governor of North Carolina and chairman of the  of the James B. Hunt, Jr., Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy, has been named the Policy Leader of the Year by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). The honor is annually given to a national […]

Read More

Arlington, VA — Brenda Lilienthal Welburn, the National Association of State Boards of Education’s (NASBE) long-time executive director, is being honored this year by the organizations Board of directors with the association’s Friend of Education Award. The national award is given annually to an individual or organization whose contributions to education are significant and enduring. […]

Read More

The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) is hosting its 2013 annual conference right outside of our nation’s capital. This year’s event continues in the spirit of our 2012 study group report Born in Another Time: Ensuring Educational Technology Meets the Needs of Students Today – and Tomorrow, as it focuses on the needs of […]

Read More

This Week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Indiana state board halts change to third-grade reading exam; South Dakota state board endorses school-counseling system; Proposal would overhaul teacher evaluations in Michigan; more… View Full Post

Read More

On the Road 1 – Sitting at the board table in Rhode Island It has been a few years since I sat at a board table. So I was thrilled when Eva-Marie Mancuso, who chairs the Rhode Island Board of Education, extended me that courtesy at their regular July meeting on July 15, which also […]

Read More
1 11 12 13 14 15 38

Navigate Our News & Info

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up today to receive NASBE news in your email inbox. Enter your email address below.