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College, Career, and Civic Readiness

The Standard - Article

Online Learning for Rural Students

Expanded rural broadband service can help overcome inequitable access to digital instruction.

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Press Release

Statement on Horrific Events at U.S. Capitol

NASBE condemns the actions of the riotous mob at the U.S. Capitol unequivocally, as we condemn all acts of terror and violence, as antithetical to what state boards of education value.

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The Standard - Article

Colorado's Network for Local Accountability

A network of rural peers help districts design meaningful, timely, community-connected accountability.

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Power of the Question

Five Questions State Boards Should Ask about Civics Education Reform

Civics education has seen short shrift in recent years. State boards can do more to ensure that K-12 students are prepared to be thoughtful, engaged citizens.

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Press Release

Five Questions to Shape Civics Education

State boards can do more to ensure that K-12 students are prepared to be thoughtful, engaged citizens.

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Next-Generation Assessment amid the Pandemic

Join us for a conversation about state assessment and accountability.

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Press Release

New Issue of the Standard Helps State Boards Weigh State Assessment Systems

There is no better time for state policy leaders to reexamine their assessment systems to address long-standing challenges, say authors in the new issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard.

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The Standard

Next-Generation Assessment

The pandemic’s uncertain trajectory has raised new questions about state assessment and accountability systems. There is no better time for state policy leaders to reexamine their assessment systems to address long-standing challenges, say authors in the new issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard.

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The Standard - Article

States Experiment with Assessment through Innovative Pilots

Five states received federal waivers for regular assessments so they could pilot assessment systems in select districts or schools over five years.

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