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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.

New Report Offers a Look into School Districts’ Early Efforts to Develop Qualified Principals Study is the first evaluation of The Wallace Foundation’s $75-million Principal Pipeline Initiative WASHINGTON, D.C., (July 9, 2013) A new independent evaluation details how six urban school districts are beginning to build larger pools of strong principal candidates at a time when the job […]

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NASBE is proud to announce our very own mobile app! The app is available for Android and iOS devices. So you can use your Droid or iPhone and download the NASBE App using either the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (android).

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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: High-stakes tests to get second look by Rhode Island State Board of Education; Indiana State Board of Education seeks to guarantee funding for takeover schools; Resource aims to make Next Generation Science Standards accessible to all; more… View Full Post

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The Next Generation Science Standards are the latest set of common standards states can consider for adoption. With 26 states playing an active role in the writing of these standards, they and others will or may discuss whether to adopt them. Their discussions related to quality and purposes of these new science standards are important, […]

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This week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Vermont and Maryland state boards adopt the Next Generation Science Standards; Tennessee board approves new teacher pay plan; U.S. Education Department issues guidance on pregnant, parenting students; more… View Full Post

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Arlington, Va. — The board of directors of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) is proud to announce Kristen Amundson as NASBE’s next executive director. Amundson, presently the Senior Vice President for External Affairs at the nonpartisan education think tank Education Sector, starts her tenure at NASBE July 8. “I look forward […]

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This Week in the NASBE State Ed SmartBrief: Florida state board calls for review of school grading system; Missouri board asks preschools for voluntary student assessments; Which areas of the U.S. have the highest high school graduation rates?; more… View Full Post

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Last year, more than 57,000 incidents of aggressive conduct were reported in public schools in West Virginia — about 1,000 fewer than the previous year.
In addition, the number of out-of-school suspensions decreased by 30,000 from 2011 to 2012.

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This Week in the State Ed SmartBrief: Kansas State Board of Education approves Next Generation Science Standards; North Carolina State Board adopts new rules with three paths to graduation; Utah State Board calls for legislative session to deal with school grading system; more… View Full Post

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Arlington, VA — The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) awarded grants to three state boards of education to revise and implement new state student discipline policies that limit the use of out-of-school punishments. The grant awards will support policy efforts in Georgia, Michigan, and West Virginia through early 2014. The grants are […]

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