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Employment and internship opportunities with NASBE are posted here as they become available. Occasionally, external job opportunities, such as state chief searches, will be posted here as well. Please inquire for advertising rates.

 

NASBE Internship

Early Childhood Education Intern

The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) is seeking a part-time Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program Assistant to start in June 2022 to support the association’s ECE project activities during the summer of 2022 for four months (through…



External Job Posting

State Superintendent of Education: Hawaii

The Hawaii State Board of Education (Board) seeks highly-qualified and motived applicants for the position of State Superintendent of Education to lead the Hawaii State Department of Education (Department) and the statewide system of public schools. The Superintendent serves as…





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State Strategies to Advance Digital Equity

By spearheading efforts to collect data, collaborate with partners, buy digital devices and infrastructure, and reimagine effective technology use, several states have made strides toward digital equity in schools.

States Build Support for Students Who Are Homeless

Several states are leveraging $800 million under the American Rescue Plan’s Homeless Children and Youth Program to better address the short- and long-term needs of students experiencing homelessness.
Indiana State Capitol Building on a Beautiful Day. Image credit: iStock i

Seven Questions to Ask about Leveraging American Rescue Plan Funds

This NASBE analysis highlights questions state boards can ask to help frame ongoing conversations to discern the impact of federal COVID-19 relief funds.

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