Using State-level Policy Levers to Promote Principal Quality
The Wallace Foundation, a long-time NASBE partner, has released a new report by the RAND Corporation that looks at how seven states—California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia—have used policy to try to improve the principalship.
Alexandria, VA – Over half of U.S. public school students are nonwhite, yet only 8 percent of teachers and school leaders are people of color. Black and Latino students are more likely to be academically successful, graduate from high school, and attend college when they are being taught by educators who look like them. A […]
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 […]