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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Utah State Board advances cursive writing policy; President’s budget emphasizes pre-k, STEM; Districts buying tablets for students instead of PCs; more… View Full Post

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Arlington, VA — A statement by Bradley Hull, Interim Executive Director of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE), on the release of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): “NASBE supports the independent development of rigorous standards to help students better become college-, career- and civic-ready. Our NGSS initiative is designed to help […]

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NASBE President Patrick Guida discusses changes at NASBE in the last year as part of a larger feature about changes in several nation education organizations headquartered in the D.C. area. View Full Article

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NASBE policy update and Senior Communications Manager Steve Berlin cited in article about the value of cursive writing. View Full Post

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NASBE Policy Update – The Handwriting Debate – cited in Salt Lake Tribune article about cursive instruction. View Full Article

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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Virginia State Board of Ed approves new special education diploma rule; Tennessee raises the bar for honors distinction; Oregon bill would ban seclusion rooms; more… View Full Post

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Miss the recent discussion on EduTalkRadio about the intersection of state policy and arts education? Listen to the podcast by following the link below! Listen to Podcast

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Arlington, VA — A rapidly changing world necessitates education adapt at an equally swift pace, as students need to be equipped with an ever-broadening knowledge base to prepare them for their post-K-12 lives. The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) is embarking on an effort to go beyond policies that expand the breadth […]

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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Oklahoma State Board may make it easier for native-language teachers to gain licensure to teach their languages; Maine extends AP class access online; Indiana voucher program upheld by state’s top court; more… View Full Post

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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Utah moves ahead with plan to change assessments; Engineers’ report declares U.S. schools need $270 billion in physical plant upgrades; State chiefs tell Duncan district waivers would cause conflicts; more… View Full Post

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