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Achieving academic excellence and equity for Black boys primarily requires educators to be creative and to use resources already at hand. It requires a commitment to making a difference in the lives of these young people and steadfastly refusing to allow them to fail.

NASBE Interview with Dr. Vermelle D. Greene and Dr. Miya T. Simpson

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Empowering Families to Improve Youth Mental Health

State education leaders can foster children’s mental health by increasing families’ preparedness and awareness of available resources and activities.

Engaging All Students

Authors explore the reasons why students increasingly feel uninspired and disengaged at school and outline steps state leaders can take to help schools and districts increase students’ engagement and connectedness.
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Beyond Testing for Lead in Drinking Water: Implications for Funding

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.

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