This analysis explores the strategies states employed to administer assessments in the 2020-21 school year. It also highlights the opportunities for state boards to learn from and make the best use of data collected from the pandemic school year.
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.
This webinar will explore the state election 2020 results.
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These questions can help frame conversations on assessment approval and intersections with state accountability.
State board members should act early and often to articulate their board’s vital role in achieving excellence and equity for all students.
This analysis examines how leadership changes brought about by the 2018 elections will affect state boards.
Successful engagement creates a sense of buy-in and shared ownership of the state’s vision and strategic plan for education.
The election of 2016 is generally acknowledged to be a “change” election. Voters chose a new president and ended years of divided government by giving control of the House, the Senate, and the White House to Republicans. Did the “change” message affect the selection of new members of state boards of education?