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.
The spring issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard takes the lessons learned during pandemic-induced school closures and challenges state policymakers to reexamine and reform their education systems. Join us for a discussion drawing on key themes from the issue, including the role of community and student agency in school reform and redesign, state policy levers […]
New analysis offers five questions for state boards of education to ask as they advance accelerated learning in their state.
Power of the Question
As states leverage American Rescue Plan funding to safely reopen schools and expand opportunities for summer learning, accelerating learning has risen to the top of their priorities. Here are five questions state boards of education can ask.
The Standard - Article
Pandemic or no, states ought to press for better technology for personalized learning and making staff and students safer.