NASBE analysis outlines outcomes from major state races and changes in 61 state board of education seats in 12 states and territories that were on the ballot.
This NASBE analysis outlines outcomes from major state election races in 2020 and changes in 61 state board of education seats in 12 states and territories that were on the ballot.
Organizations representing state and local officials, education leaders and other educators released the following statement regarding federal COVID‐19 relief for educators: “As the U.S. breaks domestic and international records for new COVID‐19 cases each day, schools continue to deliver education in virtual and in‐person settings. States and school districts are expending significant resources to protect […]
President-elect Joe Biden has promised to give schools clear, consistent, effective national guidelines for reopening. How will his presidency impact education in the short- and long-term? On November 12 at 7 pm ET, NASBE is partnering with the Hunt Institute and others to host a special webinar with former U.S. Secretaries of Education Margaret Spellings and Arne […]
State boards can set the vision for sharing data to serve the interests of students, families, and schools. But doing so effectively requires an understanding of FERPA’s legal framework.
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Even though regulations to permit increased student data sharing under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act were revised a decade ago, many state education leaders remain uncertain about the types of data sharing they can approve. This reports brings clarity.
A very special thank you to all who participated in NASBE’s first ever virtual annual conference! Although it was unlike any other conference we have ever run, it was a tremendous success, with record attendance and outstanding engagement. On-demand session recordings and resources from the conference are now available for most sessions on our Whova […]