The spring issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard offers state leaders several ways they can ensure education systems meet the needs of all students and help them succeed.
In a letter to NASBE members, President and CEO Robert Hull reflects on this week’s court ruling for the murder of George Floyd. He notes the leadership of state boards of education in addressing racial issues confronting our nation, and notes there is still work to be done to ensure we educate all students in […]
The number of assistant principals has grown markedly in recent years, and with reconsideration, the AP role could do more to help foster educational equity, school improvement and principal effectiveness, according to a new synthesis of research commissioned by The Wallace Foundation.
Commissioned by The Wallace Foundation, this groundbreaking synthesis of research on school principals finds that effective principals have positive impacts on student achievement and attendance, as well as teacher satisfaction and retention.
NASBE in the News
K-12 Dive covers the recent NASBE webinar and quotes Safe and Healthy Schools Director Megan Blanco.
A very special thank you to all who participated in NASBE’s virtual legislative conference! On-demand session recordings and resources from the conference are now available for most sessions, including our conversation with U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. Visit our YouTube page to watch the full sessions.
This NASBE analysis highlights four states—Connecticut, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and North Carolina—that have taken significant steps to increase educator diversity.
Alexandria, VA – Over half of U.S. public school students are nonwhite, yet only 8 percent of teachers and school leaders are people of color. Black and Latino students are more likely to be academically successful, graduate from high school, and attend college when they are being taught by educators who look like them. A […]