A new NASBE Policy Update examines state actions in on early childhood education in 2023.
In 2023, several states made significant strides toward universal pre-K, increased funding and support for early educators, and improved literacy and math instruction.
While most states encourage or require schools to test for lead in drinking water, funding to sustain remediation lags—despite significant federal grants designed to boost those efforts.
To equip and retain more high-quality school leaders, states can encourage principal internships as a key part of preparation.
Mortality rates from overdose in adolescents rose by 94 percent in 2020, largely due to illicit fentanyl.
Advancing math and science education entails doing something different so it is possible for all students to achieve mastery.
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A framework proposed in California seeks to boost achievement by increasing the engagement of all students.
By spearheading efforts to collect data, collaborate with partners, buy digital devices and infrastructure, and reimagine effective technology use, several states have made strides toward digital equity in schools.