A new NASBE Policy Update explores the strategies states employed to administer assessments in the 2020-21 school year.
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.
Power of the Question
The pandemic increased educator stress and burnout. Here are five questions state board members can ask to engage their state around staff wellness.
The newly formed Coalition to Advance Future Student Success is a recognition that the historic injection of federal emergency relief funds presents a transformative opportunity for America’s public K-12 education system and will help ensure all students receive the equitable educational opportunities they deserve.
The spring issue of NASBE’s State Education Standard offers state leaders several ways they can ensure education systems meet the needs of all students and help them succeed.
NASBE in the News
NASBE President and CEO Robert Hull was interviewed by the Washington Post for a series of stories on pandemic recovery in education.
Kentucky state board member and special education teacher Allison Slone urges state boards of education to seize the opportunity the pandemic created to strengthen policies to ensure that parents and caregivers can engage meaningfully in school decision making.
NASBE appreciates the deliberative, collaborative approach the CDC and U.S. Department of Education took to develop new school reopening guidance released today. State boards of education remain engaged partners in this effort.