College, Career, and Civic Readiness

The Standard - Article

The Unrealized Promise of High-Quality Instructional Materials

Overcoming barriers to faithful implementation requires changing teacher and leader mind-sets.

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The Standard

Curriculum That Counts

Authors in this issue of the Standard draw lessons from a spectrum of state policies that are being used to increase the adoption of high-quality curriculum.

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The Standard - Article

The State of K-12 Science Curriculum

While the availability of aligned, high-quality materials lags what science standards demand, states can press the market for better ones.

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Newest Issue of the Standard Highlights a Role for States in Advancing High-Quality Curriculum

Authors in the latest issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard draw lessons from a spectrum of state policies that are being used to increase the adoption of high-quality curriculum.

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Measuring Success in Public Charter School Alternative Education Campuses: What Can We Learn from Them?

What can state leaders learn from alternative school campuses that operate as public charter schools? Join us for this webinar discussion.

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NASBE, NCSL Hold Convening on Early Literacy and Math in San Diego

tate board of education members from the National Association of State Boards of Education’s (NASBE’s) Early Literacy Work Group joined state legislators from across the U.S. to collaborate and discuss the latest research and state activities surrounding early literacy and math policymaking.

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Ensuring Testing Practices Are Accessible and Fair

No assessment issue is more important than ensuring fairness for all examinees, especially students who have been traditionally underserved or need additional support. What does it mean for a test to be fair? This session focuses on the questions board members should ask and the evidence that should be reviewed to promote fairness in testing […]

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Engaging All Students

Authors explore the reasons why students increasingly feel uninspired and disengaged at school and outline steps state leaders can take to help schools and districts increase students’ engagement and connectedness.

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