States and districts can leverage the expertise of school nurses for safe in-person learning and operations. Join us for a moderated panel and breakout discussions on leveraging funding streams for school health services, school health staffing strategies, and managing COVID-19 vaccine clinics at school. Speakers on this webinar include: Alex Mays, Senior National Program Director, […]
NASBE in the News
K-12 Dive covers the recent NASBE webinar and quotes Safe and Healthy Schools Director Megan Blanco.
Students that feel socially and emotionally supported in their learning environments are more engaged in their schoolwork and have better academic outcomes. Hear from experts in research, policy, and state leadership about recommendations for embedding social-emotional supports in school reopening activities, state examples of this work, and the research underpinning such recommendations. Speakers on this […]
Learn how California, Illinois, and Kentucky are working to empower educators and schools to address student mental wellness during pandemic recovery.
NASBE is cohosting a webinar with our partner Child Trends, a national research organization that focuses on improving the lives of children and youth, to highlight research, state examples, and CDC guidance around staff wellness. Presenters include: Thomas “Tom” Cunningham, Ph.D., Chief, Social Science and Translation Research Branch, Division of Science Integration, U.S. Centers for […]
The Whole Child Policy study group deepens state board of education content expertise and public leadership in whole child policymaking in the wake of COVID-19. The pandemic has shined an even brighter light on longstanding inequities and presented an opportunity to improve the many systems, policies, and practices contributing to student success. State boards play […]
To reopen schools, they need to be clean and safe for students, educators, and staff. What state leaders need to consider as they issue guidance for schools.
State boards of education can be leaders in addressing youth suicide by collaborating on model policies that help ensure students have the proper supports and learning environments to thrive.